Discover market opportunities
Staying on top of the mobile gaming market is a crucial part of success in today's competitive environment. By researching detailed performance data on 40 game genres, know how genres are trending over time to see what's hot and what's not. Analyze which genres will bring you the highest ROI.
Make the right decisions
Choose genres that have a market gap and high ROI
Build the right game for the right market and audience
Understand trends across markets and demographics
- Use 40 subgenres and over 200 features to slice and dice Eastern and Western markets.
- Find performance differences between how games and genres perform in different markets and demographics
- Understand the demographic appeal of any game or feature with dynamic feature based demographics
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Growth Lead at MAG Interactive
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