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  • [Gamesbriefers] Is mobile gaming in a bubble?

    Continued from a conversation published earlier this year: what was the biggest gaming event in 2013? Eric Hautemont CEO of Days of Wonder For me the main event of 2013 was that F2P on Mobile likely hit a...

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    [Gamesbriefers] Are mobile conversion rates really this low?

    Question: Last month, Swrve released data suggesting that only 1.5% of players spent any money at all on mobile games, with 10% of those (i.e. 0.15% of the audience) representing about 50% of revenue. Do these metrics match...

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    [Gamesbriefers] Should you outsource PR?

    Question: When an indie game is successful, the press attention can be completely overwhelming. Dong Nguyen says that it ruined his simple life. Some indies outsource their PR so that they can focus on development, but others...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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    [Gamesbriefers] How do I tell my boss he’s wrong about social?

    Question: My boss thinks that all you have to do to make a game social is to add leaderboards. What can I do? Answers: Andy Payne CEO of Appynation Sit down, make a cup of tea and compose...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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    [Gamesbriefers] What was the biggest gaming event of 2013?

    Question: So what happened in 2013? King almost floated but didn’t, possibly over one hit wonder concerns. Oculus Rift raised $75 million to become launch VR headsets. Angry Birds launched it’s first F2P game. Two consoles had...

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    [Gamesbriefers] What’s next for Supercell?

    Question: A valuation of $3 billion. Large, deep pocketed, Japanese parents. Only two games, but my, how successful they are. What would you do next if you were the CEO of Supercell. And how do you make sure...

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    [Gamesbriefers] Would you develop for Ouya?

    Last week Ouya announced 'Free the Games', their plan to match-fund crowdfunded projects, as long as the game would be exclusive to the platform for six months after launch. This week, Ouya developers have revealed themodest sales...

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