All publications by tag «mobile market»
Coffee shops, board games and the first unicorns: how Istanbul turned into the world capital of casual games
The Turkish mobile market is experiencing a real heyday. Local developers receive record investments for the country, and the games created by them become world hits. However, this was not always the case. The Rest of the World edition delved into the history of the Turkish gaming industry and talked about how Istanbul turned into the world capital of casual gaming.
App Annie has published an exhaustive review of the mobile games market for the first half of 2021. A sea of data and graphs
A new day, a new report. This time from App Annie, which has prepared a giant document about the mobile games market. It covers the first half of 2021. We have prepared a squeeze in Russian.
Study: 20% of the most downloaded mobile games in the USA are developed by Turkish studios
Turkey occupies an increasingly important place in the gaming industry. This is evidenced by the growing popularity of mobile titles from local developers on the world market. For example, now 20% of the most downloaded games in the USA are projects of Turkish studios.Royal Match
App Annie: in the first quarter, users spent $22 billion on mobile games
The analytical company App Annie has published a report on the state of the mobile market for the first quarter of 2021. During this time, users spent $ 22 billion on games, and the total market turnover reached $ 32 billion. The first three months of 2021 were also the most successful period since the beginning of the pandemic.General data
Newzoo: mobile games will earn less than expected by the end of 2018
Newzoo analysts have published a forecast for the turnover of the video game market for the current year. The main thing in it is a drop in the dynamics of revenue from mobile. They say China is to blame for this and the situation with game releases is not the most prosperous.
In 2013, China will surpass the United States in terms of the number of devices
Yesterday, Flurry analysts published a report on the spread of mobile devices in the world. Judging by the growing popularity of mobile devices in China, China will overtake the United States in terms of the number of active gadgets in the next quarter.
Google Play revenue in Korea exceeded revenue from the App Store
Speaking at the Korea Games Conference in Seoul, the executive director of App Annie Bertrand Schmidt (Bertrand Schmitt) said that from January to August in South Korea, the revenue of the official Android app store grew more than six times and overtook the revenue from the App Store.
Thumbstar spoke about the mobile games market in South America
Liverpool-based publisher Thumbstar signed a contract with South American provider NII Holding two weeks ago to release a number of its projects in Brazil, Argentina, Peru and Mexico. In connection with this transaction, Pocket Gamer took an interview with Thumbstar Executive Director Gareth Edmondson (Gareth Edmondson).