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Romania might not be known for its gaming scene, yet it’s actually behind one of the biggest franchises of all time.
Right now, the Isle of Man doesn’t boast a thriving games sector, but its government is working hard to rectify this.
The Swiss games industry had a turnover of 226m CHF (£178m) in 2015, according to the latest report by the Swiss Interactive Entertainment Association (SIEA).
The Danish games market had revenues reaching $245m (£188m) as of June 2016, according to data firm Newzoo. It is the 36th biggest market worldwide and No.15 in Europe.
Turkey is a relatively small market for video games – but it is a fast-growing one.
Half of the German population plays games according to data firm Newzoo.
Norway is the 28th biggest video games market worldwide, according to data firm Newzoo. In 2015, the Norwegian industry generated estimated revenues of $274m (£193m).
Russia’s video games market had revenues nearly reaching $1.3bn (£0.90bn) last year, surpassing its 2014 total of $1.1bn (£0.76bn), according to Newzoo’s figures.
China is now the biggest video games market in the world.
Norway may have a limited local games market, but investment in the industry is paving the way for growth.