In the United States, video games have become ingrained in popular culture. Water slide bounce house More than 150 million Americans play video games regularly, and 42 percent of them play for at least three hours per week. In India, however, the video game industry is still in its infancy, struggling to grow up and become a mainstream entertainment. One emerging trend will, if cultivated, revolutionize the video game industry in India. Reporter Peter Dorr takes you through the history, the present and the potential future of video games in Bangalore, India’s technology hub.
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