It’s definitely possible,
In the meantime, I’m really excited about the direction yo-yoing is going as opposed to the boom & bust of the 90’s. Right now if a kid (or adult) wants to start throwing, they can get a really good and easily accessable yo-yo and accesories for less than $25. They can go to clubs or watch tutorials online to learn tricks, the contests are getting bigger & better and and they’ve got forums to ask questions and see what other throwers are up to.
I remember in the late 90’s trying to learn buddha’s revenge from a book with a Tom Kuhn SB2 thinking to myself “this is impossible” (it pretty much is) and giving up until 2007 when I re-discovered yo-yoing. Now, even if a guy is out in the sticks and there’s not a thrower for miles around, he can still feel a part of a community and advance in the sport.
So right now we’re seeing a sustained growth, and if there is a boom, we’ve got the infrastructure to support it