According to Sony's previous statistics, the cumulative global sales of PS5 consoles have reached 32 million, which has not only brought huge benefits to Sony, but also made a lot of money for AMD as a chip supplier.
Recently Sony became AMD's biggest customer in 2022, according to AMD filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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It is reported that in addition to selling computer GPU, AMD's games division is also responsible for providing semi-custom processors for game devices such as PS5, XSX | S and SteamDeck.
In 2022, the division had revenue of $6.805 billion and a net profit of $953 million, reflecting the sheer size of orders from Sony and other mainframe manufacturers.
But, AMD can't rest easy either.
It can be seen from the sales trends of previous generations.Sales of most game consoles peak in the third year of launch, so manufacturers tend to renegotiate component pricing during this periodThis means that revenue from hosts such as PS5 and XSX | S will decline over time.
As a result, AMD may need to find new major sources of revenue in 2023 to cope with a possible drop in revenue from gaming hardware.
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