Among Us and Its Effect To The Imposter-themed Games Growth

According to Sensor Tower, player spending on imposter-themed games saw the fastest growth from any theme, increasing 2,554 percent, almost 26 times, year-on-year for the first half of 2021.

Netflix Entered The Mobile Games Industry

Besides the success of movie platform all over the world, Netflix has started to invest in Mobile Games Industry - A potential field in recent years.

China’s new restriction on children playing games time

Kids and teens under 18 years old in China will only be allowed up to three hours per week between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m to play online video games, according to new rules published by China’s National Press and Publication Administration.


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Top Mobile Games Worldwide for July 2021 by Downloads

PUBG Mobile from Tencent was the most downloaded mobile game worldwide for July 2021. The countries with the largest number of PUBG Mobile installs were...

Top Apps Worldwide for July 2021 by Downloads

TikTok was the most downloaded non-gaming app worldwide in July 2021 with more than 63 million installs. The countries with the largest number of installs...

Top Grossing Mobile Games Worldwide for July 2021

The top-grossing mobile game worldwide for July 2021 is PUBG Mobile from Tencent with more than $299 million in player spending. Approximately 68.4 percent of...

Retargeting in Digital Marketing

What Is Retargeting? Retargeting is an online marketing strategy whereby a firm serves ads to a customer on social media or...

Rollic Surpasses 1 Billion Total Downloads Worldwide

Rollic, a subsidiary of Zynga Inc., a global leader in interactive entertainment, announced August 5 a studio milestone of surpassing 1 billion downloads across its diverse portfolio of hyper-casual games.

Sony Will Invest In Mobile Game Market In The Near Future

Sony Interactive Entertainment boss Jim Ryan says the company will start bringing some iconic PlayStation franchises to mobile this year.

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