Gen Z’s preference for gaming over video as entertainment worries Hollywood

Twenty six percent of Gen Zers in the survey cited playing video games as their favourite entertainment activity, compared to 14% for listening to music, 12% for browsing the Internet and 11% for engaging on social media. Only 10% said they would rather watch a movie or TV show at home. — Dreamstime/TNS

If you’re a parent gathering your teenage kids in the living room to watch The Falcon And The Winter Soldier on Disney+, just know there’s a good chance they’d rather be playing Fortnite.

That’s the implication of a new study from consulting firm Deloitte, which analysed the generational divide in at-home entertainment.

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