Gaming-Capable PC Sales Estimated At $54.6 Billion For 2009

Posted on August 6th, 2009

In summary, PCGA’s research estimates that $54.6 billion USD in revenue was generated in 2009 from sales of consumer PCs capable of gaming (that excludes Netbooks and integrated graphics-based PCs.) PCGA considered any PC shipped with a discreet graphics processing unit (GPU) to be gaming-capable. The organisation predicts that this revenue will grow to $61.3 billion USD by 2014…


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