The activity of gamers in Europe began to decline after the abolition of strict quarantine measures

A new survey showed that 24% of European residents were introduced to video games for the first time during quarantine. At the same time, after the lifting of strict restrictions, the number of hours spent in games began to decrease.The British company Ipsos MORI has published a new study of the European gaming market, comparing the involvement of gamers during and after quarantine.