Infographic: Mobile Gaming Growth

This infographic from Mr Gamez dives into the world of mobile gaming, comparing its growth, examining the numbers behind some remarkable case studies, and looking to what we can expect in the future. Enjoy!Has mobile gaming peaked or can we expect the rates of explosive growth we’ve experienced to continue even as other media like virtual reality gather momentum?

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GFR Media

GFR Media is the leading content media company in Puerto Rico.GFR Media is focused on providing long term, audience specific business solutions to its clients. Consumer behavior intelligence is at the core of GFR Media’s integrated and contextualized brands and services, with innovative platforms such as the data driven Audience Profile and BrandShare. Allowing us to frame relevant experiences that generate value for our readers, clients, suppliers, partners and community stakeholders in and outside of Puerto Rico.

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Solutions, Business

First Look At Sony PlayStation 5 UI

Article | July 7, 2022

PlayStation 5 event date was previously postponed due to the intolerance and injustice that plagued the USA. While Sony lead the way, as a beacon of solidarity, several other companies followed. At that time, the best people could do is stand beside one another. However, recently some of the features of PS 5 were revealed. An advertisement on Twitch, along with an official post from PlayStation, confirmed the event date. Scheduled on June 11th, one can expect people to be extremely hyped up for this. The fact that everyone had to wait too long for PS 5 makes this news much more exciting.

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Virtualization, Media and Broadcasting

Branded Entertainment in B2B: Why is it Important?

Article | July 13, 2022

Global B2B companies churn out content pieces such as infographics, case studies, assessments, and other forms of thought leadership content to create brand awareness. But is this content enough to engage the customers and the market? Not really. Marketers like you need to look into branded entertainment to get more customer engagement and brand loyalty. What is Branded Entertainment? Adweek loosely describes “branded entertainment” as any content that starts a positive conversation around a product, service, or set of values. This content builds a story around your product or services, showing it in a positive light and getting the audience to engage in your content as much as a film or a TV show. As opposed to other marketing endeavors, branded entertainment doesn’t focus on your products and their features but on entertaining the audience. Incorporating Branded Entertainment into Your Marketing Strategy Here are some ways to get it done without much hassle: Web Series Original programming, such as web series published on the brand’s social media channels, can help you raise awareness through stories that share your brand’s values instead of directly marketing your product or services. PR Stunts Create social media brand content that is entertaining and exciting enough for the audience to make it viral. Such PR brings positive media attention to your brand and creates mass awareness for your brand or product. Videos Volvo's entertaining video of Van Damme's split stunt on YouTube has 114.5 million views. The video didn't need a call-to-action because it wasn’t to convert leads. Instead, it was meant to showcase a piece of business-use truck technology and get engagement. Podcasting GE used podcasting for advertising twice, once with its show ‘The Message’ and again with its new series ‘LifeAfter.’ Neither show discusses GE's products. Instead, they were "GE-presented" and were received well. Summing It Up People are less likely to comment on or share brand posts directly, but they are more likely to tweet or share them on their Instagram stories. This way you can measure the impact of branded entertainment. B2B marketers should consider branded entertainment as a way to build trust and start conversations between their brands and their audience to get a long-term ROI.

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Technologies

4 Stocks To Buy To Invest in Virtual Reality

Article | February 14, 2022

The virtual reality market has been hailed as the "next big thing" for decades, but VR has repeatedly disappointed consumers with mediocre hardware products and software experiences. But in recent years, a wave of refined devices narrowed the gap between consumer expectations and reality. The VR market's future has yet to be written, but investors who believe in this budding market should consider buying these four tech stocks. Sony's PlayStation VR is the best-selling VR headset in the world with over 5 million shipments since its launch in October 2016. That only represents a sliver of Sony's installed base of 110 million PS4s, but that foothold has encouraged developers to produce more stand-alone VR games and add-on experiences for PS4 games.

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Virtualization

Applications of Virtual Reality in Healthcare

Article | June 21, 2021

Our healthcare system has never been pit against an enemy such as Covid 19, forcing us to look for innovative solutions that make global healthcare more flexible and future-ready for such disruptions. Global Healthcare is turning to Virtual Reality, which certainly makes for a lucrative prospect for the future. It is helping in better preparing our healthcare systems for pandemics and global health crises, such as the one we face now. And while other industries are jumping on the VR wagon, hospitals, medical institutions, and healthcare tech companies are adapting to VR space equally well.

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GFR Media

GFR Media is the leading content media company in Puerto Rico.GFR Media is focused on providing long term, audience specific business solutions to its clients. Consumer behavior intelligence is at the core of GFR Media’s integrated and contextualized brands and services, with innovative platforms such as the data driven Audience Profile and BrandShare. Allowing us to frame relevant experiences that generate value for our readers, clients, suppliers, partners and community stakeholders in and outside of Puerto Rico.

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Warner Bros hails 5G entertainment potential

mobileworldlive | October 24, 2019

Warner Bros. Entertainment’s chief digital officer spotlighted the growing role of mobile as a means of consuming content, tipping 5G to fan the flames by opening new avenues for users to stream media. During the closing keynote, Thomas Gewecke (pictured, right), said “mobile is becoming an incredibly important platform for video consumption,” not only for short-form content, but increasingly also long-form.

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In-depth Analysis on Chinese Markets - Development Environment, Market Size, Competition Pattern, Industrial Base

globenewswire | July 05, 2019

Up to date, the global animation market is still firmly dominated by the United States and Japan, followed by South Korea that springs up. The global animation output value approximates USD250 billion, and records as much as USD500 billion or so if peripheral products are taken into account. The Japanese animation market was worth over JPY2 trillion for the first time in 2017, thanks to the foreign animation boom and business diversification. South Korea's animation sales in 2017 was estimated to be KRW1 trillion (about RMB6 billion), of which KRW724 billion (about RMB4.3 billion) might come from online animation whose market size is expected to report KRW1 trillion by 2020.

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Rise of Mobile Gaming: Nearly 40 Billion Dollars in Revenue in the First Half of 2019

playcrazygame | July 04, 2019

The irresistible rise of video games on mobile systems shows no sign of stopping. According to the latest report from the analysis company Sensor Tower, during the first six months of 2019 digital stores for iOS and Android tablets and smartphones generated video game app revenues of around 40 billion dollars. According to data collected by SensorTower, during the first half of the year, App Store and Google Play users spent about $39.7 billion, corresponding to today’s exchange rate of €35.19 billion. The estimates, it should be pointed out, refer only to mobile video games, including pay-per-view titles and free-to-play apps that feature a store for optional micro-transactions.

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Warner Bros hails 5G entertainment potential

mobileworldlive | October 24, 2019

Warner Bros. Entertainment’s chief digital officer spotlighted the growing role of mobile as a means of consuming content, tipping 5G to fan the flames by opening new avenues for users to stream media. During the closing keynote, Thomas Gewecke (pictured, right), said “mobile is becoming an incredibly important platform for video consumption,” not only for short-form content, but increasingly also long-form.

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In-depth Analysis on Chinese Markets - Development Environment, Market Size, Competition Pattern, Industrial Base

globenewswire | July 05, 2019

Up to date, the global animation market is still firmly dominated by the United States and Japan, followed by South Korea that springs up. The global animation output value approximates USD250 billion, and records as much as USD500 billion or so if peripheral products are taken into account. The Japanese animation market was worth over JPY2 trillion for the first time in 2017, thanks to the foreign animation boom and business diversification. South Korea's animation sales in 2017 was estimated to be KRW1 trillion (about RMB6 billion), of which KRW724 billion (about RMB4.3 billion) might come from online animation whose market size is expected to report KRW1 trillion by 2020.

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Rise of Mobile Gaming: Nearly 40 Billion Dollars in Revenue in the First Half of 2019

playcrazygame | July 04, 2019

The irresistible rise of video games on mobile systems shows no sign of stopping. According to the latest report from the analysis company Sensor Tower, during the first six months of 2019 digital stores for iOS and Android tablets and smartphones generated video game app revenues of around 40 billion dollars. According to data collected by SensorTower, during the first half of the year, App Store and Google Play users spent about $39.7 billion, corresponding to today’s exchange rate of €35.19 billion. The estimates, it should be pointed out, refer only to mobile video games, including pay-per-view titles and free-to-play apps that feature a store for optional micro-transactions.

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