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You’ve seen their usernames—now meet some of the real people behind the leaderboard. Like you, they play games to keep their brains active and pass the time. And like you, they have lives beyond their screen time. We talked with eight AARP gamers to find out their stories and learn who they are when they’re not logged in. To read all the gamer profiles, scroll down—and to join in the conversation about all things gaming, visit our forum.
Introducing Behind the Leaderboard
Introduce yourself & tell us why you play games!
Do High Scores Matter?
Are you a casual gamer or a fierce competitor?
Keep Your Brain Active
What games do you play to keep your mind active?
New Year's Resolutions
Do games play any part in your New Year's resolutions?
Share Your Routine
Why Do You Play What You Play?
Are you good with numbers, and does that tie in with the games you play?
Tell Us Your Story
How do you relate to our gamers' stories?
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