The gaming bubble 2020 to 2023

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The Gaming Industry had its “big boom” during COVID–people were locked in their homes and gaming was one of the ways for people to both get entertained and socialize with each other at the same time. But now that the world has gone back to normal, can the gaming industry really sustain this bubble?

In this episode of the GZ Chop Shop, we talk about how the gaming bubble is on the verge of bursting. With the price of games increasing, and the willingness of gamers to spend decreasing, the industry is now facing a 31% drop in revenues. We also go on and talk about how the new generation of gamers has influenced the majority of the industry’s current state, and how the environment we grow up in affects the kinds of games we play.

Tune in and listen to our theories and gaming experiences!

Quick episode summary: 01:02 COVID’s gaming bubble is about to pop05:09 The industry’s survival depends on gamers’ willingness to spend money on games 07:52 New Gen gamers are mostly responsible for the industry’s current state19:54 Does your environment affect the types of games you play? 37:03 Thoughts on bunny hoppers and campers

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About the Author
Gregory is a military veteran, content creator, avid gamer and host of the GZ Chop Shop podcast.Gregory is a military veteran of 8 years. After leaving the service, Gregory has pursued his passion for content creation and has since been producing podcasts and written articles across varying topics like technology and gaming. In his free time, Gregory is an avid gamer. His passion for the industry is evident in what he produces every day.

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