Last year saw many consumers in the U.K. get their entertainment fix at home.
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For many, 2020 will be remembered as the year we stayed put. In countries around the world, the introduction of lockdowns to try and tackle the coronavirus pandemic meant our homes doubled up as workplaces, gyms and even schools.
Almost overnight, the buildings we live in also became our primary entertainment hubs, with preliminary data collated by the Entertainment Retailers Association showing just how pronounced this shift was.
According to figures released by the ERA last week, entertainment revenues in the U.K. hit a record £9.05 billion (around $12.3…