PUBG Mobile leads the revenue charge and Mario Kart Tour enters top ten downloads chart as overall mobile spend hits nearly $22 billion for the quarter.
Migration to Windows 10 and a CPU shortage have helped bump a market that has slowed in recent years.
The quarterly report from Streamlabs and Newzoo shows a major shake-up, thanks largely to one of the world's most popular streamers ditching Twitch for Microsoft's Mixer platform. While Twitch and Fortnite are still dominant, Mixer is showing a significant rise in the number of hours streamed and unique channels.
Epic's battle royale phenomenon still leads over competitors PUBG and Apex Legends, but its US July revenue showed a 52% drop year-over-year. V-bucks, Fortnite's in-game currency, accounted for the vast majority of in-game spending.
Within five years, cloud gaming in Asia is expected to reach 60 million gamers, and may surpass 500 million by 2028.
The Coalition sets new records for latest installment in popular franchise, but underlying success may well be Xbox Game Pass.
The monthly report from the NPD group showed significant drops in game hardware and software sales compared to August 2018. Madden '20 was the best seller of the month, while five Switch exclusives made it into August's top ten.
According to a new report, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is on track to overtake Fortnite as the most popular battle royale game.
Niko Partners anticipates a 'sea-change moment' for mobile esports over the next five years.
In a lean quarter for new releases, gamers engaged with established franchises like Mortal Kombat and Harry Potter, unsurprisingly. However, new IP like Days Gone and Trover Saves the Universe also had a notable impact on the ongoing conversation.