Feb 2019 - Taxonomy - Doc # US44762819
IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Gaming Tracker Taxonomy, 2019
By: Sunil Narayanappa, Jay ChouResearch Manager, Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker, Maura FitzgeraldSenior Research Analyst, Worldwide PC Monitor, Alma GonzalezAnalyst, Latin America, Maciek GornickiSenior Research Manager, Jay GumbinerVice President, Research, Latin America, Liam HallSenior Research Analyst, Western Europe Personal Computing Devices (PCD), Linn HuangResearch Research Vice President, Devices & Displays, Kazuko IchikawaGroup Manager, PC, Mobile & Client Solution, IDC Japan, Nikolina JurisicProgram Manager, Imaging Devices & Document Solutions and Industry Solutions, Croatia, Hirotoshi AsanoSenior Market Analyst, PC, Mobile & Client Solution, IDC Japan, Tim BruntProgram Manager, Personal Computing, Jitesh UbraniResearch Manager, Worldwide Mobile Device Trackers, Diego ValerDisplays & Emerging Markets, Program Manager, Latin America, Kenneth LiewAssociate Research Director, Client Devices, Yang-Lin LimSenior Market Analyst, Client Devices, IDC Asia/Pacific, Laura Llames, Bryan MaVice President, Client Devices, Neha MahajanSenior Research Analyst, Malini PaulSenior Research Analyst, European Client Computing Group, Ryan ReithProgram Vice President, Worldwide Mobile Device Trackers, Paola SorianoResearch & Consulting Manager, Personal Devices, Latin America, Miroslav SykoraResearch Manager, Monitors/Displays, Systems & Infrastructure Solutions, EMEA, Stefania LorenzAssociate Vice President, PCs, Systems & Infrastructure Solutions, CEMA, Jonathan Soon Leong LeowSenior Research Manager
This IDC study provides a comprehensive overview of and definitions for gaming desktop, notebook, and monitors. The definitions provided in this document represent the scope of IDC's Gaming Tracker hardware research.
This taxonomy outlines market segmentations and measurement methodologies for the gaming industry, including classification by technology, company, geography, and revenue metrics.
"IDC's worldwide gaming tracker taxonomy presents a standardized and detailed framework of the gaming market," said Loren Loverde, program vice president, IDC's Worldwide Gaming Tracker. "The taxonomy document serves as a guideline to better understand and use IDC's gaming research."