I need to get the email-id and gamesplayed data for each user in the JSON I have given below

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 "UserTable" : {
     "abcd@gmailcom" : {
        "gameHistory" : {
           "G1" : [ {
             "category" : "1",
             "questiontext" : "What is the cube of 2 ?"
           }, {
             "category" : "2",
             "questiontext" : "What is the cube of 4 ?"
           } ]
         },
        "gamesplayed" : 2
      },
     "xyz@gmailcom" : {
        "gameHistory" : {
           "G1" : [ {
             "category" : "1",
             "questiontext" : "What is the cube of 2 ?"
           }, {
             "category" : "2",
             "questiontext" : "What is the cube of 4 ?"
           } ]
         },
        "gamesplayed" : 2
      }
}
Here is the code I have given to access the mail id.
for user in jp.match("$.UserTable[*].[0]", game_data):
    print("User ID's {}".format(user_id))


And the error i am getting is:
print(parser.ExtentedJsonPathParser().parse("$.*.gamesplayed").find(gd_info)
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