Corporate battles rock the landscape of modern gaming
In a growing and hugely lucrative industry, video game companies are not shy about going head to head over intellectual property
Gaming is big business: downright enormous, in fact. The sector is currently valued at around €130 billion, with that forecast to rise to €170 billion within three years and break the €200 billion mark not long after.
This extraordinary growth comes at a time where the sector is undergoing fundamental changes in how it makes money and who the key players involved are.
The industry used to be simple to understand from the outside. There...
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