More Second Life Statistics

May 5, 2007 by  

Second Life DeskAccording to ComScore research, in March 2007, active Second Life residents came from these regions:

  • 61 percent from Europe
  • 16 percent from the States
  • 13 percent from the Asia-Pacific region

According to Linden Lab’s self-reported data last February, 54 percent were European and 31 percent from the U.S.

Gender breakdown:

  • 61 percent of residents are male
  • 39 percent are female

That’s very close to Linden Lab’s self-reported data last February: 60 percent male and 40 percent female.

The study calculated that about 1.3 million people ran the official software and logged into Second Life in March 2007. This represents an increase of 46 percent in the number of active residents from January 2007, ComScore said.

Second Life’s own figures state that it has more than 6 million residents and that 1.7 million have logged in during the last 60 days.

More details about geographic breakdown can be found in the Cnet article.

Related Links:
Making Sense of Second Life Statistics

Cnet: “Europeans latch on to ‘Second Life’

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