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Games industry expected to be worth $100 billion by 2017

According to a new report, the games industry is expected to be worth more than $100 billion in the next three years, with mobile gaming a major driving force.

Digi-Capital headlines

  • PS4, Xbox One could help "revitalize" games market despite mobile's "disruption" - analyst

    Digi-Capital has just published the Q2 2013 update to its global Games Investment Review, and according to the firm’s findings, games investment is recovering from the 2012 decline; however, it is still well-below the $2 billion record logged in 2011 and mobile development is “fundamentally disrupting the games market” on a global scale.

  • 2012 was a record year for buy-outs and mergers - report

    According to a new report from investment bank Digi-Capital, as harvested by GamesIndustry, the games industry saw record consolidation in 2012, with total merger and acquisition spending reaching $4.2 billion. Interestingly, there were 26% fewer deals in 2012 than 2011, but a handful of really big ones sent the tally climbing sky high – think […]

  • Report - Games industry investments have doubled year on year

    Nearly twice as many gaming investments have been made in 2011 compared to last year’s figures, a new report has claimed.