Yesterday, Nintendo (NTODY) released its latest quarterly earnings report, breaking down its financial performance over this period and providing guidance for the months ahead. Following this release, Nintendo also dropped a presentation that looked at user analytics, covering demographics and more. In this slideshow, Nintendo shares that 290 million Nintendo Account users are spread across 164 countries.
News of Nintendo’s updated user count came after the release of its latest revenue report. With 290 million accounts in 164 countries, there are Nintendo gamers in every country in the world but 31. That said, the company didn’t specify which countries the accounts are located in.
Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa spoke about this milestone and what it means for the future of Nintendo’s business in a statement we heard on Everything about Nintendo:
Nintendo has also provided an updated infographic that outlines the age demographic of Nintendo Switch owners. Although there is a strong representation among all ages, it seems that people between the ages of 20 and 25 make up the largest portion of Switch gamers. This roughly matches the data provided by the company last november.
Nintendo reaching 290 million accounts worldwide is a testament to the reach of one of the most influential gaming companies. As we continue to account for all things nintendostay with Shacknews.