Entries in 'market' (291)
Intent Media, one of the UK’s leading b2b publishing companies, is to start selling specialist market reports across a number of its websites – some generated by its own editorial ...
Good news at last – more money was made from games software in April 2011 than the same period last year.
GAME group's executive officer Ian Shepherd has identified online as the key to a return to growth for the chain.
The online games market in China is worth $5bn after growing 25 per cent in 2010.
The global market for social games is expected to create revenues of over $5 billion by the end of 2015.
A PlayStation emulator has been removed from the Andorid Market today – because of the upcoming Xperia Play launch.
GAME’s new consumer show has done more than ruffle feathers at Eurogamer.
At Turner Media Innovations, we understand that kids’ gaming habits differ greatly from older gamers. Parents tend to see console games purchases as a gift for special occasions. From birthdays, ...
Microsoft has significantly grown its audience – and it has the accolades to prove it.
The US video games market managed to reverse a run of losses in February by posting year-on-year growth of three per cent.
The need for a sales chart that integrates both physical and digital sales has never been greater.
This Eastern European games market is driven by the largest territory, Poland, which has shown good growth in previous years.
The global PC games market has shown growth in through 2010 to reach a record $16.2bn in value, according to PC Gaming Alliance's third annual Horizons research report.
US sales tracker NPD has released its numbers for the US video games market in January 2011, and they show another period of year-on-year decline.
The market for new triple-A titles would be diminished were it not for the pre-owned sector, GAME Group CEO Ian Shepherd has claimed.
EA made as much money on PS3 software as it did on Xbox 360 for the first time in the quarter ending December 31st 2010.
It may have lost many men in the battle of 2010, but General Wii still stands tall on the battlefield that is taking place under the world's TVs. From the ...
The latest numbers from US games tracker NPD have shown that the US video games market declined 5.7 per cent year-on-year in 2010.
With a hole of £500m in the High Street when it comes to games, I don’t think anyone expected fireworks from the end-of-year data.
Nintendo’s 3DS could save the struggling UK games market, claim industry bosses.