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PC software sales hit $20 billion in 2012, new report finds

PC software sales exploded to $20 billion last year, according to a new report by industry analysts DFC Intelligence.

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Pc Gaming Alliance headlines

  • PC gaming US market hits $18.6 billion, up 15% year-on-year

    The PC Gaming Alliance has some good news to share regarding the ever-growing PC market.

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  • Capcom's PC support becoming "increasingly important," says exec

    Capcom is supporting PC gaming more and more, according to recent statements by the publisher’s vice-president, Christian Svensson.

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  • Dell and Sony DADC drop out of PC Gaming Alliance

    The PC Gaming Alliance has suffered another blow as two more prominent members cut back their involvement.

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  • Monday shorts: Bleszinski's GDC session on video, Dudebro II, Bit.Trip history

    Hit the break to see all the news that are digestable in short-based form.

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  • PC Gaming Alliance reports increased revenue worldwide

    Ahead of the full release to members next week, the PC Gaming Alliance has published an extract from its Horizons Report at GDC, and things are looking up for fans of the Original Platform.

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  • Founding members Microsoft and Nvidia depart PC Gaming Alliance

    PC Gaming Alliance president Matt Ployhar has confirmed that two its founding members, Microsoft and Nvidia, have left the non-profit organization.

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  • Report - Annual shipment of PC hardware is twice that of consoles

    The PC Gaming Alliance has released its Horizons Hardware research report, and it found the annual shipment volumes PC gaming hardware market in 2009 were two times larger than shipments of PS2, PS3, Wii and Xbox 360 combined for the same period.

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  • Gas Powered Games, GameStop and six others join PC Gaming Alliance

    The PC Gaming Alliance has welcomes eight companies into the fold, including GameStop and Gas Powered Games. Other new members include BFG Technologies, Bigfoot Networks, Flextronics, GameTap, Howie’s Game Shack, and InstantAction. “I’ve spent most of my career fully immersed in the world of PC gaming. It’s where many of the world’s biggest gaming franchises […]

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  • PC Gaming Alliance loses Activision, gains SecuROM

    The member’s page of the PC Gaming Alliance has seemingly lost its Activision logo. Why? The PCGA told Kotaku that “a few members have decided they cannot justify the budget (membership and staff) required to maintain an active role in the PC Gaming Alliance at this time.” While it’s lost a member, however, the PC-loving […]

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  • PC gaming worth $11 billion a year, says PC gaming body

    The PC Gaming Alliance annual report has claimed that the PC is the most valuable gaming format on the market. “The report provides an overview of the PC gaming market and the growth of the largest single platform for games with annual revenue of about $11 billion,” said the body. That’s a lot of money. […]

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  • PC Gaming Alliance launches new site

    The PC Gaming Alliance (PCGA) has launched its new site at pcgamingalliance.org. “Visitors to our website will see that the PCGA is the place that PC Gaming companies of all types can come together to collaborate to help solve problems that plague our industry,” said PCGA boss Randy Stude. “Our membership remains steadfast in the […]

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  • PCGA: LucasArts hasn't made a good PC game in a long time

    Speaking with Videogamer, Randy Stude, president of the PC Gaming Alliance, has said its been a long time since LucasArts made a decent PC game. “LucasArts hasn’t made a good PC game in a long time,” said Stude. “That’s my opinion. “They make some pretty good games for the Wii, you know those little sticks […]

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  • PCGA: "PC gaming far stronger than anyone reported"

    The PC Gaming Alliance industry consortium released the results from the Horizons Report today with president Randy Stude saying that “that this industry is far stronger than anyone has reported.” “Our analysis clearly shows incredible growth in online PC gaming, proof that this industry is far stronger than anyone has reported,” explained Stude. “Today’s consumers […]

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  • GDC: PC Gaming Alliance announced

    As expected, major PC companies have announced the PC Gaming Alliance (PCGA) today at GDC, a non-profit organisation backed by Microsoft, Intel, AMD, NVIDIA, Dell/Alienware, Acer/Gatway, Activision, Epic Games and Razer. The group expects to grow throughout the year. The idea of the Alliance is not only to promote PC gaming to the public, but […]

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  • PC giants plan gaming alliance announcement for GDC

    According to the San Jose Mercury News, a group of major PC gaming firms – namely Intel, Microsoft, nVidia and AMD, as well as “a number of computer companies – is going to announce “a consortium dubbed the PC Gaming Alliance” at GDC. The group is being set up, apparently, in the face of the […]

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