The last month of summer saw consumers spend $8.9 billion on digital copies of video games globally. 62% of this amount was spent on mobile.
According to SuperData, American millennials (people 25-34) spend on average $112 per month on gaming. That’s the highest spending of any age group.
In April, players spent $ 8.86 billion on digital copies of console, desktop and mobile games. That’s a 7% increase from April 2018.
In March, users spent $ 8.7 billion on digital copies of games. This is a 3% drop from the spending in March 2018.
SuperData, a Nielsen’s company specializing in game research across all platforms, has launched Arcade Forecaster. The new tool uses metrics like revenue, monthly active users and in-game spending to evaluate the performance of digital titles. It…