Entries in 'market share' (27)
Asda has fallen to third in the UK supermarket race.
A third of all the money spent on Grand Theft Auto V in the UK in its first two weeks on sale in the UK was spent at Tesco.
Rayman Legends may have dropped its Wii U exclusivity, but Ubisoft’s title has still been a success for Nintendo’s machine.
The second half of 2013 will be crucial to deciding the ultimate fate of Nintendo’s Wii U, one analyst has stated.
Supermarkets and Amazon have boosted their entertainment market share at the expense of GAME and HMV.
While the iPad may still be able to lay claim to dominion over the UK tablet market, the growing popularity of Android tablets has led to a ten per cent ...
Online indie ShopTo has seen its software market share leap in 2012.
The cost to the UK video games market should HMV fail to find a buyer could be as little as four per cent.
Annual growth of 35 per cent is expected to further increase Samsung’s lead over former market leader Apple in 2013.
ComScore data suggests that Samsung will soon bypass Apple to become the top choice smartphone brand in the UK.
New data from Kantar Worldpanel suggests that the launch of the iPhone 5 has propelled iOS back into the leading position in the US handheld market.
The sale of digital product could account for the majority of EA’s revenue within 24 to 26 months.
The next Assassin’s Creed will arrive earlier than usual as Ubisoft looks to grow its best-selling franchise.
UK publisher Focus Multimedia dominated the budget market in October 2011, achieving its largest ever market share in a single month.
Watch out GAME and HMV: supermarkets and online retailers are taking a bigger slice of the UK games software market.
The accessories market has a new leader in the form of Gioteck.
Ubisoft has conquered 21 per cent of the Kinect market in Europe.
Web giant The Hut Group is fast becoming one of the UK’s biggest games retailers, after reporting a huge leap in sales last year.
Watch out Play and Amazon – Asda wants a slice of your market share.
ShopTo.net has recorded its single biggest weekly share of the games market in the last 12 months.
Ubisoft wants 30 per cent market share on 3DS when the platform hits retail, the publisher has told MCV.
Tesco has increased the size of its games buying team from six to nine over the past year, with a tenth member to follow.
Mammoth retailer Tesco is also planning to boost its presence in the video games market, after a strong year in the sector.