Dedicated game consoles are an increasingly common fixture in American households, according to Comscore's 2020 State of Gaming Report.
The media tracking firm reported that 38 million US households had a console in May, up 31% from the 29 million it found in May 2019.
The COVID-19 pandemic no doubt played a part in that jump, as console hardware sales surged as much of the US began sheltering in place and alternative entertainment options were shut down.
The report specifically contrasted the growth in gaming website views since major US pro sports leagues were halted in March with a mirrored decline in sports website views through May.