It's unclear how well physical media has fared, but trends continue to point towards digital and streaming as the industry's future.
Esports initiatives are still failing to market themselves to a broader coalition of gamers, possibly stunting growth and allowing 'games-as-a-service' to continue dominating.
The digital market raked in $1.2 billion last month.
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Software spending fell flat year-over-year, but total industry spend is up by 7 percent from last year.
League of Legends heads towards worst year since 2014 while World of Warcraft western subs reach their highest (also since 2014).
NPD reports a 17 percent increase in spending across all categories (again).
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