By Josh Enomoto | October 22, 2020
Not only has digitalization impacted everyday conveniences, it has also changed our culture. For instance, it wasn’t that long ago that video games were exclusively the domain of the male and the mate-less. Now, this sad narrative has been flipped onto its head, with video games becoming integrated into mainstream culture. Further, virtual reality specialists like Virtuix offer the potential to take the sector even higher.
If Virtuix stock ever becomes available through equity crowdfunding channels, you’ll want to seriously consider it.
For starters, virtual reality is a big business within a globally burgeoning market. According to data curated by Statista, VR revenues should top $9.3 billion by the end of 2025 in the U.S. market. In addition, with companies like Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and Sony (NYSE:SNE) investing millions into developing VR headsets, the entire market benefits thanks to global evangelism and accelerated mainstream integration.