Which games have the most people playing them?

The number of people playing video games has grown to more than 30 billion worldwide and it’s growing exponentially, according to the latest estimates from the Entertainment Software Association.

The association estimates that in 2016, the number of video games playing globally surpassed the total population of the United States.

The figure is set to increase to 30 billion by 2021.

This year’s total global audience was estimated at 25.5 billion.

The increase in number of players worldwide is attributed to the growth of mobile and online gaming, and also to a surge in the number playing video-game apps, which has helped to drive up the number played.

The number plays video games as a whole grew by 5.4 billion in 2016.

The total audience for video games in 2016 was more than 15.2 billion, or 9.2 percent of the global population.

The audience for a single video game was estimated to be 12.9 billion, an increase of 1.2 million over the previous year.

For the year 2016, game play grew by 4.5 percent in China, and by 0.8 percent in India.

The country that saw the largest increases in video game playing is the United Kingdom, where game play reached a record high of 1 billion people.

In 2016, U.K. video game play increased by 2.6 percent, while the total global video game audience rose by 1.3 percent.

Video game publishers also see an increase in demand for their games as they continue to offer free updates, as well as new games with a new story.

In fact, the Entertainment Technology Association predicts that the total number of free updates will increase by a record 4.3 billion in 2021, or 4.2 percentage points, in the United State alone.

It also forecasts that free updates and updates for new games will increase an average of 4.1 percent each year in the U.S. and 4.4 percent each in Canada.

The Entertainment Technology Group’s report on video games is available here.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.