The biggest takeaway from our data on play-based game sales is that players are paying a premium for the privilege of spending time with their favorite games, and that they’re also playing with people.
This is the biggest takeaway for the industry, which is struggling to grow its game revenue, which in turn is causing some of its biggest players to raise their prices.
The numbers below are based on our analysis of data from the National Association of Board Game Retailers.
They represent the most accurate picture of how play-enabled card games are sold in the U.S. in terms of price and availability.
The charts below show how play prices vary by game, and the best-sellers and lowest-sellies.
Read more about the data here.