20 Million PC Gamers Start Using ‘TV Gaming Platforms’ Including Consoles By 2022 - Football News (ZW)

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20 Million PC Gamers Start Using ‘TV Gaming Platforms’ Including Consoles By 2022


A research company named Jon Peddie Research (JPR) in one of their  researches on gaming says that TV Gaming, including consoles by the year 2022, will lure away at-least 20 million games including average and high-end PCs gamers because TVs have improved and there have been crucial advancements in gaming consoles.

The other reason is that from over the years, dedicated consoles have always attracted gamers.

The company believes that owners of 'computers' that cost below $1,000 to build will move over to TV Gaming and Consoles by the year 2022.

“The PC market continues to decline because the innovation that took place in the past providing speed ups and clever new things has all but stopped, plus the product introduction times are stretching out to four years,” said President Jon Peddie.

“This is not a panic situation and the GPU market still generates incredible volume. However, there are forces at work that we predict will drive some of this business toward TV displays and associated gaming services.”

Recent sales trends and forecasts for gaming platforms such as, the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Nvidia Shield, Apple TV, cloud platforms, and more according to the research indicate make up the bases for the report.

“We are observing a higher percentage of Low/Mid-Range PC products sold because of the consumer’s intent to use with games,” said Ted Pollak a Senior Analyst at JPR.

“This, unfortunately, does not generate more volume but does guide research and design as well as marketing investments for hardware providers and foreshadows the ultimate use model of the PC, a desktop ergonomic gaming/computing environment that embraces user choice and customization. Gaming services used with TV displays, whether local or cloud-based, will absorb PC defectors and likely flourish with new entrants.”

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