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Wednesday, 05 June 2013 09:36

Eve Online mostly played by Adam

Written by Nick Farrell

Too much testosterone 

More than 96 percent of Eve Online players are male.

Eve senior producer Andie Nordgren said that those sorts of percentages are a byproduct of genre. She claimed that Science fiction is an extremely male-dominated domain.

Nordgren said that she could live with Eve's current demographics and it was not a goal of the development team to get more women players.

We guess that it also means that Eve Online players are less likely to breed than a panda in captivity, given that online is the only place they are likely to meet a real live woman.

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