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  • Blog Post: Digital Video Game Market Growing Across The World

    According to a recent Game Developers Conference event centered on digital game sales, a lot more games are being purchased digitally. Downloadable content and digital game sales are growing by 33 percent year over year, in both the US and Europe. The US, UK, France, and Germany are seeing the highest... More
  • Blog Post: NCAA, 3DS Lead July Game Sales

    It was another relatively slow month for video games sales, but Nintendo's handhelds bucked the trend. Anita Frasier, an analyst for U.S. retail tracking firm NPD, said, “Of the hardware platforms that were on the market last July, only one, the 3DS, realized a unit sales increase over last... More
  • Blog Post: Analyst Firm Predicts Game Sales Will Top $81 Billion In 2016

    DFC Intelligence just released a report looking into the future of the video game industry -- and it sees a lot of money. In DFC's annual Worldwide Market Forecasts for the Video Game and Interactive Entertainment Industry report, the firm predicted that global video game sales will top $81 billion... More
  • Blog Post: NPD Group And EEDAR Join Forces To Improve Game Sales Tracking

    Two the game industry's most powerful analysis and sales tracking organizations are joining forces to improve their ability to track and analyze game sales across both traditional physical and emerging digital distribution channels. According to a press release sent out today, " EEDAR will exclusively... More
  • Blog Post: Walmart To Share Its Sales Data

    We all eagerly dissect the monthly sales data numbers, and from now on that landscape is going to change. Retail giant Walmart has announced that it is lifting its ban on reporting its video game sales data. The retail chain's sales data will now be available to third-party data collectors such as... More
  • Blog Post: Handheld Gaming On The Rise With Kids

    We thought video gaming on the go was already pretty big among those too short to drive, but according to a recent NPD report, not only is portable gaming big with those between the ages of 4-14, but sales for portable gaming units continue to rise. According to the NPD study, 44 percent of kids age... More
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