The gaming PC market will continue to shrink in 2023
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The gaming PC market will continue to shrink in 2023 and then recover in two years

The global PC market experienced a severe slump last year. The gaming PC segment is no exception, with total sales falling to $42 billion in 2022 from a peak of $68 billion in 2021. Analysts at Jon Peddie Research believe the situation will change this year will continue to deteriorate, after which the market for gaming PCs will return to growth.

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JPR estimates that total gaming PC sales will grow by about $5 billion to $47.1 billion by 2025, a more than 12% increase over last year’s revenue. However, the market is expected to remain subdued in the near term as sales are expected to fall further this year to a low of $37.3 billion, down nearly $5 billion from last year.

Analysts at JPR believe that once the gaming PC market starts to recover, the entry-level and high-end segments will see the biggest gains, while the mid-range segment will continue to decline. The senior segment is expected to grow 17% from $22.9 billion in 2022 to $26.8 billion in 2025, while the junior segment is expected to grow from $5 billion to 7 billion over the same period $.3 billion will continue to decline from $14 billion in 2022 to $12.9 billion in 2025. This year, that segment is expected to shrink to $11.4 billion, down $2.3 billion from last year.

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