Spanish Video Game Market Explodes! Beats U.K And U.S In Revenue.

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Reported by Iñaki Ferreras at Rapid News

The video game market in Spain has grown at a rapid rate, more than any other country in Western Europe. With an increase of 17% compared to 2011, according to a new study by Newzoo.

The study compared figures from the markets of the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Denmark, Belgium and Spain. The Spanish market takes just over three-quarters of the €20 million (€15.381 million) collected by the entire European gaming market.
Also, mobile games in Spain have almost equalled that of games consoles, at 12.9% and 13%, says Europa Press.

Spain has also exceeded consumption across four screens (computer, TV, mobile and tablets), with 33%, compared with an average of 21% in Europe and 22% in the United States.

As a side note the report also notes that the European video games market is growing faster than that of the United States. Video game consumer spending has increased by 3% in Europe, compared with a mere 1% in the U.S, which is surprising to games games

Read more: Spanish video game market fastest growing in Europe | Rapid TV News



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