Why we are seeing a resurgence in the gaming market

As the gaming sector has grown in recent years, so too has the number of gaming PCs.

Over the past year alone, gaming PC sales grew by 22.5 per cent in the Indian market.

According to a report by NPD Group, the industry witnessed a record growth of 23 per cent over the same period.

NPD also said that in the year ending March, gaming PCs are up by 18 per cent.

However, as the gaming PC market has become more crowded in the past few years, many gamers are opting for other gaming platforms.

For instance, last year, a survey by Net Applications showed that 64 per cent of Indian users have upgraded to a new gaming PC in the last three years.

While most gaming PCs come in the form of Ultrabooks, the majority of the units are also equipped with Nvidia graphics cards.

According a recent report by IDC, the market for Nvidia gaming GPUs has grown from $2.5 billion in the second quarter of 2017 to $10.6 billion in 2017.

While Nvidia has not given any specific figures, it has been estimated that the market is worth $200 billion.

However, that is not the only reason behind the increase in the market.

According to IDC’s report, there are two main reasons for this.

First, Nvidia’s GPUs have grown more popular in the consumer segment over the last few years.

The company recently launched the GTX 1080 Ti graphics card, which is the fastest gaming graphics card on the market right now.

Second, Nvidia is trying to get more customers to buy its more powerful Pascal graphics cards as well.

However it seems like there are still a lot of people who do not want to upgrade their gaming PC to a Nvidia graphics card.

As per the data, gaming revenue in India grew by an average of 18 per cents per unit in 2017, which was the highest rate for any segment.

This growth in gaming revenue is due to a number of factors.

For one, gaming is a very niche market, as it has a relatively low adoption rate.

The market also needs to be kept healthy in the long term as a gaming PC is still a relatively expensive product.