Right now gaming industry is standing at a crossroads and patiently waiting to take the next big turn. New technologies emerge, innovative platforms appear, players’ wants and needs cannot be predicted, and on top of that, the world still suffers from the coronavirus pandemic. This puts game developers under heavy pressure and presents them with more challenges than ever while still asking for high-quality content to be produced.
According to Newzoo’s Global Games Market report
(2021), among all gaming niches, the mobile segment is growing strong even after increased security measures and new policies by governments across the globe. By the end of this year, mobile game revenues are expected to hit $90.7 billion. And in 2024, it is going to exceed $116 billion. Furthermore, with the addition of PC and console gamers, the global game market is expected to hit $175.8 billion and beat the $200 billion mark by the end of 2024.