GameDailyBiz is reporting on a list compiled by Sperling's BestPlaces, in which the top videogaming cities in the country
are named. They look at number of consoles per household, game rentals, games purchased, and amount of online gaming in the area. Seattle got top spot, followed by Minneapolis/St. Paul and Atlanta. From the article: "Microsoft and BestPlaces, citing results from 2005 Entertainment Software Association findings, also pointed to the increasing age of the average gamer and how the gender gap is narrowing. The average age of a gamer is now 30, and 19 percent of gamers are actually older than 50. While there are still more male than female gamers, it's not as lopsided as it once was. About 55 percent of players are male and approximately 43 percent are female."