Infographic: The global trends of mobile gaming

| July 20, 2016

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Mobile is the most lucrative gaming segment for the second year running, with smartphone and tablet gaming growing to $46.1 billion in 2017, claiming 42% of the total market.The latest infographic, featuring data from our annual Global Games Market Report puts the spotlight on metrics such as revenue levels, acquisition cost, and growth opportunities across the globe.

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