March was a record quarter for digital spending on games, according to SuperData. NVIDIA just launched its new RTX Super gaming laptops through its manufacturing partners. The high level of engagement among popular titles such as Activision Blizzard's Call of Duty: Warzone, during the COVID-19 crisis is likely to drive plenty of demand for new gaming hardware, despite the slowdown in the economy.
The latest market share data from Jon Peddie Research shows that NVIDIA has held its dominant position in the discrete graphics card market. AMD's share ticked up one point to 27% in the fourth quarter, but NVIDIA is still maintaining a wide lead with a 73% share.
[Source: The Motley Fool found via Beeken io]
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