India is the world leader in non-freaky token (NFT) gaming, with significantly fewer play-to-ear (P2E) players than many other developed countries like the United States and France, the Finder’s latest data reveals.
More people plan to play in the future
According to Finder’s latest NFT gaming statistics, India was the country with the highest number of respondents who had played P2E games at 34%. Hong Kong was next with 29%, and the United Arab Emirates was third with 27%.
P2E games seem to be growing in popularity, but the Finder data shows a difference in interest between respondents from Western countries and those from other countries. To give an example, in the U.S., where nearly 14% of respondents said they know what P2E is, only 9.4% have played at least one game. In Sweden, only 4.3% of respondents said they had played.
However, in asurveyin which Finder sought to shed light on the NFT gaming habits of Internet users in 26 countries, it noted that U.S. respondents were more likely to plan to play in the future. finder plans to play P2E games in the future. The scale of the expected increase in the number of U.S. residents who plan to play P2E games is described as follows.
That figure is expected to increase 1.8 times by the end of 2022, reaching 16.5% of the U.S. population.
It is also expected to rise to 15% in France, where only 6% of respondents have played P2E games. Other big movers are Peru (13% to 29%) and Spain (8% to 17%).
Nigeria Leads Africa
Meanwhile, the survey also found that respondents under 35 are leading the NFT game. India again leads in this category with 41.7% while Germany, Sweden and France all have less than 10%.
In Africa, respondents came from only two countries, Nigeria and South Africa. In Nigeria, 16% of respondents play P2E games and another 16.9% indicated that they plan to do so in the future. In South Africa, approximately 10.2% of respondents indicated that they played NFT games and 10.6% indicated that they planned to do so in the future.
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