Now NPD, an industry data tracker, provides details of this growth. It turns out that people of all ages are playing games more frequently. In its report on the evolution of entertainment in 2020, NPD noted that four out of every five consumers in the United States have played games in the past six months. < / P > < p > but it’s not just young people, but older people are starting to play games more, because they find that their money can no longer be spent on dining out or face-to-face activities. According to the data, Americans aged 45 to 54 spend 76% more on video games. People aged 55 to 64 increased their spending by 29%. < p > < p > & quot; this year, compared with 2019, video games are one of the most stable growth categories in overall participation and investment, said & quot; NPD analyst mat pisatella. &This may just reflect the acceleration of the trend before the epidemic. If this is the case, then the game market may experience sustained growth without a post pandemic setback. However, if this is not the case, we may see peaks and troughs in the market and then return to growth. It all depends on engagement. &Quot; < / P > < p > although mobile games are a big factor in the increase in spending, the cost of game consoles is also on the rise, and now it may be easier for these players to maintain a sense of participation because they have invested in hardware. Global Tech