A stunning 34% of Indian internet users who took part in a poll stated they have played a play-to-earn (P2E) game using non-fungible tokens (NFTs).
According to a poll done by the comparison website Finder.com, India was followed by Hong Kong (29%) and the United Arab Emirates (27%), where people indicated they have played a play-to-earn game.
To put it another way, NFT gaming is more widespread in developing nations, according to a poll conducted by Finder.com. It was found that adoption rates were highest in the Philippines (25%) followed by Vietnam (23%) Malaysia (18%) and Brazil (18%).
The poll also looked at which age groups are most likely to play NFT games, in addition to where these players are located geographically.
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Younger adults (under 35) dominate NFT gaming, with an average of 18 percent of those polled reporting that they had participated. NFT play-to-earn games were most popular in India, with 42 percent of 18- to 34-year-olds reporting that they had played one.
Singapore ranked second in adoption rates among countries with a population under 35 years old. According to the results of the poll, 35.5% of Singaporeans aged 18 to 34 have admitted to playing a P2E game.
The United Arab Emirates ranked third among young NFT gamers, with 35% of those in the youngest age bracket stating that they had participated.
The adoption rates of these three nations were 27%, 17%, and 26%, respectively, among survey participants over the age of 55. Hong Kong had the greatest adoption rate in the over-65 demographic, at 33%.
According to Finder.com, a study of internet users in 26 countries was done. Each country’s population size was used to specify the sample size, which varied from 1,000 to 3,800 persons.
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