Today’s Vision looks at the bottom line of game developers based on revenue figures published by Newzoo.com. Overall, the gaming market grew by 17 percent, with Uzbekistan leading 100 percent annually. Of the top 100 countries in Brazil, Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Nigeria, and the United States, only five countries have lost revenue in Puerto Rico.
According to the American Time Management Survey, Americans spend an average of 15 minutes per day playing. That Americans spend more time on foot, in grocery shopping or managing their money.
The gaming industry is booming. Every producer wants to engage as many users as possible and offers realistic graphics, new opportunities and functions to take advantage of the explosive growth of game interface created on the Internet and smartphones. Producers are also raising revenue by switching from one-off, to pay-per-view games for new features based on regular small payments to players.
China, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States are the top 5 countries in total gaming revenue. It covers 69.8% of the total income of the 100 countries in the world.
A.D. In 2017, China had the highest gross domestic product (GDP), or about one-third of the world’s gross domestic product. China’s appetite for the game is impressive, with only 58 percent of the population having access to the Internet.
Japan’s Internet users are not the only major revenue earners.
Players from all over the world strive for excellence in competitive games. But which country has the best players in the world? They used hard data to support their new research project review from Kwalee Limited. So which country is proud?
Clyli conducted this study using more than 16,000 video game titles with great success. With more than 42,000 achievements, they have overtaken the country’s population. This provides an accurate measure of how good each country’s players are. So which country has the best players?