Entries in 'market share' (20)
Grand Theft Auto V’s jump from last-gen to next-gen appears to have brought with it a shift in the buying habits of UK gamers.
The game revenue share held by supermarkets decreased in 2014.
Kantar Worldpanel data has revealed the extent of Amazon’s dominance of the UK Christmas entertainment market.
The range of games streamed on Twitch is certainly diverse, but five big hitters were very much in control of the video streaming service last year.
Both the PS4 and Xbox 360 versions of FIFA 15 outsold the Xbox One SKU in the UK, according to numbers reported online.
Women now account for a bigger share of the UK games market than males.
Activision’s Destiny has officially been crowned as the best-selling new IP ever in the UK, beating former record-holder Watch Dogs.
The newly launched Amazon phone may be off to what can only be described as a very slow start, new numbers suggest.
Digital downloads represent a whopping 92 per cent of all PC game sales across the world.
84.7 per cent of smartphones shipped worldwide in the quarter ending June 2014 used Google’s Android operating system.
High Street retailer GAME has clawed back some of the UK’s video game market share from supermarkets.
Data collected by research firm Kantar Worldpanel provided to MCV shows how UK consumers enjoyed various forms of entertainment – in terms of units – in the 12-week period ending ...
The growth of mobile gaming will erode the console and PC games market by 12 per cent over the next five years.
Corrupting journalists. Misrepresenting women. Misleading gamers... even a bizarre accusation of racism. Ubisoft has been criticised quite a bit lately.
Xbox One's difficult start is still well and truly behind it, Microsoft has said.
Online indie SimplyGames.com says its 2013 sales were up 120 per cent over 2012.
UK online retailer ShopTo says it is enjoying its most successful year on record.
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.