Games market in China grew 60% to $1.66 billion in 2007, expected to exceed $3 billion in 2010

Pearl Research forecasts the online games market in China will exceed $3 billion in 2010. The market grew more than 60% to reach $1.66 billion in 2007. These findings are contained in Pearl Research's exclusive 130-page "Games Market in China" study.

Allison Luong, Managing Director of Pearl Research said, "The year 2007 exceeded expectations with the market growing more than 60%, driven by compelling and diverse content, free-to-play games, and rising demand for leisure and technology products. Chinese-themed and advanced casual games are expected to drive revenues in 2008 and beyond."

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YoMeViet3868d ago

Oh course they are growing, it's a whole lot of tech savvy Chinese youth over there that crave video games. You wouldn't believe how many students over there making a living farming gold/silver/etc on online games like WoW...

Ridrick3868d ago

That's because of Vii and PolyStation 3 ;)

vloeistof3868d ago

so ff xiii is comingn out

Bnet3433868d ago

Who cares about China? The torture dogs and cats throughout the country and the government doesn't give a damn. The also torture women and rape them in prision and labor camps. The entire country is smoggy, how can people even breathe? Boycott the 2008 Olympics, they'll probably have a damn factory operating right next to the stadium. What good does releasing games there do? They'll just pirate them as usual.

Suki033868d ago

Take it to the Open Zone. Have you even been to China to make that sort of comment? These kind of words make me disgusted at the ignorance of this world.

Armyless3867d ago

Not the beautiful Chinese culture and peoples.

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