Indian gaming to add 100,000 jobs in FY23, grow five-fold in 7 years: Study

Industry expected to attract Rs 780 crore in foreign investment, says TeamLease Digital report

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The industry has more than 40 per cent women whose number in the workforce and leadership roles will increase, the report added

Aryaman Gupta New Delhi
Gaming in India is expected to grow by 20-30 per cent and add 100,000 jobs in Financial Year (FY) 2023, said a report about the "next sunrise sector".

The sector employs 50,000 people, of which 30 per cent are programmers and developers. It has grown from being worth Rs 7,037 crore in FY 2019 to Rs 14,300 crore in FY 2022. The sector is projected to be worth Rs 38,097 crore in FY 2026 and grow five-fold in the next seven years, according to TeamLease Digital’s 'Gaming- Tomorrow’s Blockbuster' report.

"Gaming industry is the next sunrise sector due to its increasing user base and the opportunities that this industry is set to offer. It offers jobs across sectors, and that

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First Published: Nov 17 2022 | 4:41 PM IST

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