Gaming Looks to Shift to the Clouds

on March 21, 2019
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The gaming market is one of, if not the market segment that is seeing some of the biggest overall changes. From a segment viewpoint, gaming is one of the hottest categories around in both software and hardware. It is easily the biggest bright spot from a hardware standpoint with gaming hardware and accessory companies seeing continued strong growth and retailers continuing to be happy with the gaming segment performance compared to all other categories. Interestingly, we are still only in the early stages of major changes to the category as the market is continuing to grow and bring in new consumers, innovative new software, and business model changes.

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