If you’re a parent gathering your teenage kids in the living room to watch “” on Disney+, just know there’s a good chance they’d rather be playing “Fortnite.”
That’s the implication of a new study from consulting firm Deloitte, which analyzed the generational divide in at-home entertainment.
The study, based on a February online survey of more than 2,000 consumers, showed that preferences are changing rapidly between millennials and the younger generation when it comes to how they want to spend their leisure time.
For Gen Z, defined as those born from 1997 to 2007, video — whether movies or television shows — is not a priority, the study found.
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