tabletop gaming has long been considered a hobby for white, middle-class men. However, a recent study has found that minorities are in fact more likely to play tabletop games than their The study, conducted the Pew Research Center, found that minorities are not only more likely to play tabletop games, but they are also more likely to play them regularly. In addition, the study found that minorities are more likely to view tabletop gaming as a way to socialize and connect with others.
The study's findings challenge the notion that tabletop gaming is a hobby for white, middle-class men. They suggest that tabletop gaming is in fact a hobby for people of all backgrounds and that it can be a valuable way for minorities to connect with others.
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