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- Date: July 04, 2016
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According to a research report by Newzoo, the international pc gaming market needs to reach $99.6 billion in incomes for 2016. This shows a development of 8.5% YoY (year-over-year) as compared to 2015
Newzoo is a global marketing research firm with a focus on the gaming industry. The firm offers market intelligence, transactional data, and monetary analysis to clients worldwide, consisting of Amazon (AMZN), Facebook (FB), and YouTube (GOOG).
Mobile gaming incomes are expected to exceed PC video gaming earnings for the very first time ever. Mobile pc gaming is anticipated to account for 37% (or $36.9 billion) of overall revenues, showing a rise of 21.3% YoY.
Asia-Pacific (or APAC) nations are anticipated to control the mobile pc gaming market. These nations are anticipated to represent 47% of overall mobile pc gaming revenues in 2016. China (FXI) represents 16% of global revenues in this sector.
Newzoo likewise expects the worldwide market to grow at a CAGR (compounded yearly development rate) of 6.6% up until 2019, reaching revenues of $118.6 billion. Mobile gaming is expected to account for earnings of $52.5 billion.
Top nations by mobile income in 2015
As shown in the above chart, China led the mobile gaming space in 2015 with earnings of $6.5 billion, followed by Japan (EWJ) and the United States at ~$6.2 billion and ~$6.0 billion, respectively. India was the fastest-growing country in the mobile gaming sector, with a CAGR of 75%, followed by Indonesia and the Philippines at 72% and 63%, respectively.