54% of Global Gaming Revenue dominated by 10 companies

According to Newzoo, their report suggest that the top 10 public game developers make up for 54% of the global game industry revenue.  Their latest report discusses the top 25 public game companies ranging from PC, console, and mobile.

Tencent flexing its muscles as it holds 13% of the global mobile market share with the acquisition of Supercell grosses a whopping $10.2 billion in revenue.

Other Top performers are Activisions Blizzard who sits at 3rd position with $6.6 Billion annual revenue in 2016, and Sony taking the second spot with $7.88 Billion in revenue. Below are your top ten companies

  1. Tencent
  2. Sony
  3. Blizzard
  4. Microsoft
  5. Apple
  6. EA
  7. Netease
  8. Google
  9. Bandai Namco
  10. Nintendo

Notables:

  • Nintendo holding the last spot and is the only company in the top 10 that experienced a decline in revenue for 2016 compared to its previous
  • Netease was voted the fastest growing company in the top 25, increasing revenue by 50% versus its previous year.

 

 

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