Entries in 'international distribution' (32)
France is one of the biggest gaming markets in Europe, and one still dominated by boxed sales.
The Italian video games market was worth $1.09bn in 2011, and more than half of this was generated by software sales.
Poland’s games market enjoyed impressive growth last year.
Iceland is only 40,000 square miles in size, and its population – and therefore its retail landscape – is even more consolidated.
The southernmost Nordic nation is home to a strong retail market, where games are sold in everything from specialists and hypermarts to bookstores and indie music chains.
Like its fellow Scandinavian nations, Finland is a big country. It has a population of 5.4m spread around a large geographical area.
Sweden has the largest games market in the Nordic region, and as a result a strong presence from the world’s biggest games companies.