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MaxBill Conducts the Analysis of Post-COVID Innovation in the Gaming Industry

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The Gaming industry had a blast in 2020, growing 12% in revenue. This is a stark contrast to many other economic sectors that shrank during the global health crisis. What’s more important, this boost is predicted to continue its effect in 2021. This rapid growth has pushed many gaming companies to transform and implement innovative technologies, to keep up with the trends. It was projected that automation of the internal processes, use of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, etc. will be a huge part of the gaming landscape in 2021.

As a digital transformation provider, MaxBill constantly analyzes the state of innovation in the fields relevant to our clients and partners. We believe that deep understanding not only of our client’s business, but industry as a whole, is necessary for developing the best and most fitting solution. In particular, it is crucial to get a better understanding of where the majority of the companies stand after the pandemic.

Right now MaxBill conveys a short and fully anonymous survey that will give us valuable insight into the current state of the gaming industry. We expect to get valuable data for analysis during the next 4-5 weeks. Shortly after we plan to distribute the resulting report along with corresponding recommendations, so that all interested companies would get an idea of where the industry realistically is.

All professionals belonging to the gaming sector in any capacity are welcome to participate in this research: it is free and anonymous.

If you are curious to see what the report might look like, you can check out similar research that was conducted for the utility industry. Keep in mind, however, that each sector has its specifics, so the resulting documents can differ accordingly.

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