Over the past five years, YouTube has become the most popular way for US children aged 3-12 to learn about new mobile games.
That's according to a new GameByte report from Interpret, which regularly surveys a panel of 1,000 American children on their gaming behaviors. The latest survey found 49% of respondents turning to YouTube for game recommendations, just edging out their friends (48%) and family (40%).
YouTube competitor Twitch trailed significantly when it came to mobile games, with just 12% of kids using it to find new titles.
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