Submitted by Spectator1 1031d ago | news

Survey Suggests Mobile Gamers aren't as Cheap as you Might Think

gamrReview: "A new survey from W3i, a company that specializes in helping developers monetize their users (it's not as sinister as it sounds, I swear) shows that, at least in America, the bulk of in-game purchases are actually pretty highly priced.

Developers surveyed made an average of 47% of their total revenue off of in-game purchases ranging from $9.99 ro $19.99, while only 6% came from $0.99 to $1.99 purchases." (Android, iPhone, Mobile, W3I)

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