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  • Gen Y experience hunters fuel VR gaming in the UK
  • Gen Y experience hunters fuel VR gaming in the UK
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Gen Y experience hunters fuel VR gaming in the UK

The UK gaming industry has posted record sales in 2017, with the growing popularity of virtual reality headsets proving a significant driver. With Gen Yers particularly drawn to the experiential advantages of the technology, VR gaming is becoming a more mainstream leisure pursuit.

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