China games market tipped to make $25.6bn in 2016
Posted on: 29 juin 2017, by : Stuart Dredge

Music Ally’s report this week – published yesterday – included a look at how the Chinese music market is evolving.
But there’s another entertainment sector booming there at the moment: games. Research firm IHS Markit put out its latest predictions for the Chinese games industry yesterday, and the figures are impressive indeed.
It expects the Chinese games market to be worth $25.6bn in 2016, including $13.1bn spent on PC games and $12.4bn on mobile games – up 5% and 55% year-on-year respectively, so mobile will likely overtake PC in 2017.
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