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Category: Mobile Games
Mobile gaming has been on the rise over the past few years as smartphone graphics and processors have improved and more sophisticated titles for smaller screens have been developed. The format has attracted casual gamers, those that perhaps played on consoles like Nintendo or web-based games on PCs. Newzoo’s research shows that revenues from casual web games are set to decline 7.5 percent this year. And Nintendo has been on a big push to transition to the smaller screen, working on a mobile version of the hugely popular Pokemon franchise, and planning to launch a number of new games this year. But by no means is PC and mobile gaming dying. Revenue generated from PC games is expected to rise 2.1 percent this year while console gaming revenue will rise 4.5 percent, according to Newzoo. E-Sports – a form of entertainment where people watch other people playing games – has been growing rapidlywhile large muiltiplayer games such as “League of Legends” has kept gamers hooked on the PC.