April 26, 2012 at 2:56 PM ET
Are you a gamer looking for love in all the wrong places? Take note: Those who play "World of Warcaft" enjoy quite the healthy love life, according to Lou Ferrigno.
Ferrigno, best known as the star of the 1978-1982 TV series "The Incredible Hulk," is now the pitchman for Online Schools, a portal for a variety of accredited institutions of higher learning.
The group's campaign, titled "The More You Ferrigknow" is an obviously a play on NBC Universal's "The More You Know" line of PSAs, and has the former body builder/television star expounding advice. The first installment, entitled "Sex and the World of Warcraft" can be viewed in video form here.
According to Ferrigno, a survey found that 74 percent of "World of Warcraft" players date each other. Meanwhile, 43 percent of non-gaming Americans are still single.
When it comes to finding a soulmate, it would seem that "WoW" is the place to be, though Ferrigno also says: "You’re one lucky duck as long you accept the fact that she could be a middle-aged IT specialist with adult-onset alopecia named Dave."
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Matthew Hawkins is an NYC-based game journalist who has also written for EGM, GameSetWatch, Gamasutra, Giant Robot and numerous others. He also self-publishes his own game culture zine, is part of Attract Mode, and co-hosts The Fangamer Podcast. You can keep tabs on him via Twitter, or his personal home-base, FORT90.com.