Entries in 'traffic' (23)
2013 was a bumper year for the UK games media, but who came out on top?
Sony’s PS4 has commanded a greater share of online web traffic across five leading retail websites in the UK.
The Share button on PS4 has proven a big hit with users.
Videogamer has smashed its traffic records last month thanks to major new editorial changes.
A big weekend for eSports events meant streaming video service Twitch had its most popular day yet.
The real winner of E3 wasn’t one of the squabbling console manufacturers – but the hundreds of journalists writing about them.
Entertainment and technology website Digital Spy has passed the 20m monthly users mark for the first time.
Peer-to-peer activity on The Pirate Bay in the UK is almost back at the level it was before the site was blocked.
Cable TV and internet specialist Virgin Media has become the first UK ISP to block The Pirate Bay from its broadband users.
British telecoms watchdog Ofcom has called on internet service providers to provide more information regarding traffic management the ISPs use to curb excessive demand.
We look at the latest TV advertising activity for games targeting men and how it affects web search traffic.
Develop Online, the fastest growing games industry website, has shattered online traffic records in two successive months.
The popularity of social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter has seen the sector overtake entertainment – a category that includes adult entertainment and pornography – in the online ...
The essential website for producers, programmers, artists and musicians has recorded its highest traffic to date.
Specialist games website IGN saw 4m global users watch the E3 press conferences through its YouTube channel.
E3 has rubber-stamped MCV as the biggest single games trade site in Europe.
Europe's dominant site for licensing across games, toys, sport, fashion and more achieved record readership last month.
The only site exclusively targeted at Euro games development has enjoyed its best ever January traffic.
Online readership of leading UK games trade site MCV: The Market for Computer & Video Games has hit a new record high – bursting past 300,000 unique readers.