U.S. gamers spend significantly less on games


Spending on games has soared as people spend a lot of time online during the lockdown. Most regions are now close to normal, which means less time spent online and gaming, and less gaming spending. According to market research firm NPD, total game spending in the U.S. in the second quarter of this year was $12.35 billion, adecrease of $1.78 billion , or 13 percent year-on-year. Game subscription revenue was the only segment that grew. Microsoft and Sony have their own subscription services, of which Microsoft’s Game Pass is currently the largest subscription service with the most users.

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