Accounting firm PwC unveiled the results of a new esports poll on Tuesday, which detailed the continued rise of the video game space as a booming business.
PwC said it found that the average esports viewer watches 19 days a year, with the hardcore esports fan watching games being played an average of 32 days a year.
Of those who have watched an esports competition, 12 percent said they have watched live, 24 percent on a tablet, 32 percent on TV and 57 percent on desktop or laptop.
Not surprisingly, the polling found that the age demographic that is most familiar with esports is the 18- to 24-year-old age group, with 34 percent saying they were aware of what esports is. In the 25 to 34-year-old demographic, 25 percent said they were aware of esports.
Market tracking firm NewZoo predicted that the global esports business would be worth $463 million in 2016, up 43 percent from last year. By 2019, the industry is expected to cross the $1 billion mark.
You can read PwC's full report here.