The report, ‘Development prospects for the entertainment industry and media in Poland 2021-2025’, highlights how each sector of the industry was affected by the pandemic and how they are recovering.
A new report from PwC says that the Polish media and entertainment industry will grow by $877 million in 2021 to reach a value of nearly $10 billion.
The report, ‘Growth Prospects for the Entertainment Industry and Media in Poland 2021-2025‘, sheds light on how every sector of the industry has been affected by the epidemic and how they are recovering.
Poland’s media and entertainment industry
The video gaming market in Poland is expected to grow to $50 million this year and another $200 million over the next four years.
As a leading video game producer in recent years, from the Polish CD Project Red’s ‘Cyber Punk 2077’ to PC simulator games and one of the most popular mobile and casual games developed by companies such as Hughes and Ten Square Games.
Although the cinema market, which was hit hard by the lockdown, is showing signs of recovery, the segment is not expected to reach pre-epidemic levels by 2024.
Marvin Sudlink, PwC Partner, TMT (Telecommunications, Media and Technology) Sector Leader, wrote:
“Our analysis shows that the revenue of the media and entertainment sector will exceed the record amount in 2019 and will be close to 10 10 billion.
Marson Sedlink, PWC Partner and TMT (Telecommunications, Media & Technology) Sector Leader, wrote: And close to 10 10 billion. “
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