Global statistics company Statista has published a new report on metaverse revenues worldwide. According to this, the revenue of the metaverse ecosystem in 2030 is 490 billion dollars!
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Metaverse, the most popular technology of the last period, continues to promise a promising future even though it has been affected by the recent declines in the cryptocurrency market. Global statistics company Statista has published a new report on Metaverse revenues worldwide. According to the report, the revenue of the Metaverse ecosystem in 2030 is estimated to be approximately 490 billion dollars.
According to Statista reports, Metaverse e-commerce sales, which are currently around $20 billion, could reach over $200 billion by 2030. In addition, the gaming industry, which has a volume of approximately 10 billion dollars as of today, is expected to reach a size of approximately 163 billion dollars in 2030.
VIRTUAL ASSETS REVENUE WILL BE 2.45 BILLION DOLLARS
Metaverse Revenue in the digital media segment is forecast to reach USD 0.54 billion in 2023. Revenue will grow by 13.13 percent annually, with a projected market volume of $1.27 billion by 2030…
With an estimated market volume of $188.10 million in 2023, most of the revenue is generated in the United States. In the Metaverse digital media segment, the number of users is expected to reach 8 million by 2030.
Revenue in the Metaverse virtual assets segment, estimated to reach $2.45 billion in 2023, is expected to grow 17.79 percent annually to reach a market volume of $7.72 billion by 2030.
With a projected market volume of $977.20 million in 2023, most of the revenue is generated in the United States. The projection for the number of users is 35.61 million by 2030…
Another view on the metaverse came from Deloitte Canada’s Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) Research Director Duncan Stewart, who was in Istanbul for the presentation of Deloitte’s ‘TMT Insights 2022’ report. Evaluating the future promised by the ‘metaverse’, defined as the ‘next big thing’ after the smartphone, Duncan says that the perception of ‘virtual universe = metaverse’ is wrong.
Reminding that in this universe, people can easily move from one point to another with everything they have with them, Duncan says, “Therefore, there is a group of ‘Miniverse’ (small universe) instead of a Metaverse as currently thought.” Emphasizing that companies that want to take part in the ‘Metaverse’ should first monitor and experiment with opportunities in the ‘virtual universe’, Duncan states that it will also be important to prepare their employees for the Metaverse. Stating that technology companies will invest billions of dollars to develop the Metaverse starting this year, Duncan Stewart says, “Anyone waiting for 2025 will miss the train.”
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