Entries in 'growth' (88)
Next-gen consoles finally have a competitor to be fearful of – the PC.
Publisher EA has reported a $273m loss for the quarter ending September 30th.
5.17m boxed games were sold in the UK last month, as the games industry returned to growth for the first time in years.
There’s much excitement online this week as Valve detailed more of its battleplan to get Steam a space in the living room.
Over 133 new studios opened within the UK in the last 18 months. 80 per cent of these are working on games for Apple’s iOS platform, and over 70 for ...
The physical market is not in decline, Xbox Live product manager Pav Bhardwaj has stated.
The decline in PCs is not having any detrimental effect on Steam, which according to owner Valve continues to post impressive growth.
Futuresource Consulting has predicted that PS4 will enjoy a decent sales advantage over Xbox One over the next five years.
Tablet sales in India grew to 1.9 million units in 2012-13 from 360,000 the previous year, registering a growth of over 400 percent, the Manufacturers' Association for Information Technology (MAIT) ...
The US video games market has ceased its decline, according to the latest numbers from NPD.
A failure to keep pace with changes to the international games market has hit the Japanese games industry hardest.
With Microsoft and Sony about the throw millions and millions of pounds at launching their next-gen consoles, some observers may quite rightly ask one question – why?
The Indian games industry grew to Rs 15 billion ($277m) in 2012, recording a growth of 16% over the previous year, the Indian Media and Entertainment Industry Report 2013 has ...
The Japanese video games market grew by 1.2 per cent year-on-year for the 12 months ending March 31st.
After the disastrous collapse of 2009, global advertising revenue is again on the rise.
Justin.tv owned gaming video service Twitch has posted some very impressive numbers for February 2013.
The total value of the US video games market declined nine per cent in 2012.
Future PLC has announced digital revenue growth of 24 per cent for its most recent financial quarter.
Annual growth of 35 per cent is expected to further increase Samsung’s lead over former market leader Apple in 2013.
UK retail sales values were up ever so slightly by 0.3 per cent year-on-year fro December.
A report being published by the Entertainment Retailers Association will this morning say that digital sales in the UK passed £1bn in 2012.
All the research suggests that Call of Duty has peaked.
Etail specialist The Hut Group has bucked the struggling retail trends by posting strong results for H1 2012.
The Japanese market for social network games is expected to soar over the course of the current year.
The management team at EA has convinced analysts that the publisher is well positioned to thrive in the next-gen games market.