It’s official—the United States is now a majority gamer nation. But we in the U.S. are still not the world leader when it comes to video games. That honor belongs to South Korea, the world’s most “broad-banded” nation, where gaming, one expert tells us, serves a similar social function to that of golf in the U.S.
So how does the U.S. fit into the international gaming landscape? Will we always be an “outlier” when it comes to our gaming culture? And let’s not forget tabletop games, a.k.a. board games. They’re experiencing a renaissance too, although, once again, the U.S. is following another country’s lead. To find out just who that is click below and listen to our idiosyncratic tour of the eclectic world of gaming.