Investors Don’t Expect for Video Game Demand Growth to Slow

There’s substantial demand for video games.

In fact, according to the NPD Group, U.S. gamers bought $11.2 billion worth of video game content just in the third quarter.  That means American gamers increased their spending on computer, mobile, and console products by 24% year over year.

Plus, with new console launches from Sony and Microsoft, fourth quarter sales could be even higher.

“Surging demand indicates the United States could have the world’s largest video industry by revenue for the second half of 2020,” reports The Burn-In.  “If that happens, the U.S. gaming market value will have topped China’s for two quarters in a row. That could mean America could hold onto the top gaming region crown for Q1 2021.”