Research + News | Topic: Video Games

US Mobile Gaming Ad Revenues To Reach $6 Billion

US mobile gaming ad revenues will reach $6.26 billion in 2022, up 14.0% from $5.49 billion in 2021. Read the article here.

Following Unprecedented Pandemic Growth, US Mobile Gaming Continues Upward Climb

Mobile app gaming has managed to hold on to its pandemic-driven success and then some, reversing our previous predictions that time spent gaming with mobile apps would decline in the US after 2020. Read the report here.

Pro Sports Leagues Are Chasing Gen Z Where It Plays

Here’s what sports marketers are doing to win back a lost generation and save the future of fandom. Read the article here.

Loading… New Games

As 2021 closes, it appears we’re not planning on putting the controller down. Read the article here.

The Gaming Business: A Look At The eSports Playing Field

Esports is set to grow into a $1.62 billion industry by 2024. Read the article here.

Parent Alert! Sexual Content On Roblox Plus 3 Safety Tips

Roblox is popular with kids all over the world. It currently hosts 142 million users and it’s been estimated that half of kids in the U.S. under 16 have played Roblox. Sadly it’s easy for predators and bad actors to infect the Roblox platform with sexual content. Read the article here.

China Moves To Limit Social Media, Gaming As Teens Get More Addicted And Mental Health Is Impacted

Teens spent significantly more time on their phones and online gaming due to the pandemic. Read the article here.

China Tightens Limits For Young Online Gamers And Bans School Night Play

The restrictions reflect the government’s intensifying push for companies to jettison what it says are unhealthy cultural influences. Read the article here.

Remasters, Remakes And Reboots Stay Hot Among Video Gamers

Old games are being rebooted and remade as different generations play video games together. Read the research here.

The Top 10 Twitch Streamers And Games Of 2021 So Far

Twitch is more popular than ever, sustaining and growing its audiences even after a circumstantial, COVID-inspired spike in viewership during 2020. Read the article here.