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Submitted by BigMarcGosu 1313d ago | news

Online Gaming To Generate $20 Billion in 2012

Driven by North American, European and Asia Pacific markets, online gaming continues its steady growth and the latest study from ABI Research forecasts revenues of slightly more than $20 billion in 2012. Technology developments will mean new opportunities for connected devices beyond the computer. (Industry, Mobile, PC, Tech, World of Warcraft)

Credit url: industrygamers.com
ATi_Elite  +   1313d ago
projected $20 Billion in 2012! That's it!! (sarcasm)

Wow if it wasn't for piracy it would be $21 billion. Maybe!

The global gaming community is gonna keep getting bigger every year for like a long time. Like less than one third of The Chinese population has a home PC but they are buying them like crazy, then you have the Middle East with more and more people buying computers, after that it's South American countries like Brazil, Chile, Argentina with more and more PC's in homes as well as India and it's surging home PC use in it's major cities.

Their is nothing but growth with PC sales and online gaming.

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