Last year, the global PC market experienced a severe downturn. The gaming PC segment is no exception, with total sales falling from a high of $68 billion in 2021 to $42 billion in 2022. Analysts from Jon Peddie Research believe that the situation will continue to deteriorate this year, after which the gaming PC market will return to growth.
JPR estimates that total gaming PC sales will increase by about $5 billion by 2025 to $47.1 billion, up more than 12% from last year’s revenue. However, the market is expected to remain subdued in the short term as revenue is forecast to fall further this year to a low of $37.3 billion, nearly $5 billion less than last year.
JPR analysts believe that once the recovery in the gaming PC market begins, the entry-level and high-end segments will see the largest gains, while the mid-range device segment will continue to decline. The senior segment is expected to grow by 17% from $22.9 billion in 2022 to $26.8 billion in 2025, while the junior segment is projected to grow from $5 billion to $7.3 billion over the same period. At the same time mid-range device sales will continue to decline from $14 billion in 2022 to $12.9 billion in 2025. This year, this segment is projected to contract to $11.4 billion, which is $2.3 billion less than a year earlier.
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