Entries in 'gfk chart-track' (16)
The UK games market made £13.4m last week.
UK retailers sold 2,075,634 games last week, generating over £50m in revenue.
The struggle faced by UK retail has reached its lowest point to-date when just £8.18m was generated by software sales last week.
UK games retailers made £8.4m from software sales last week, the lowest since records began.
FIFA Street is this week’s retail No.1, beating the week one sales of all of its predecessors.
UK trade body UKIE has sold its stake in charts body GfK Chart-Track - but still has a deal for exclusive access to its data.
You know that Entertainment Top 40 released last week and published online by the games press (including MCV)? Well it was wrong.
FIFA 12 is the UK No.1 for the fourth consecutive week.
Electronic Arts maintains its grip on the top of the charts with FIFA 12 at No.1 and Battlefield 3 at No.2.
The UK games market generated £62.2m last week, up 13.9 per cent over the seven days prior. Unit sales also rose 19.6 per cent from 1.9m to 2.2m in the first week of December.
As if last year’s ten-year low wasn’t bad enough, this week the market value fell even further.
UK boxed game sales have just suffered their worst month this year.
505 Games's Zumba Fitness holds onto the top spot of the UK GfK Chart-Track All Formats Top 40, despite the arrival of several new entries this week.
Electronic Arts has been named the leading games publisher for the second year in a row.
January software sales in the UK were down year-on-year despite a slew of major new releases.
The world's three biggest retail markets for video games saw a combined decline of eight per cent in sales last year according to a new report.