Market size of online games is breaking 30 billion in this year

It is expected that in 2009 China’s online game market grew 49.6% compared to the same period of previous year to reach 31.08 billion yuan.

IResearch report pointed out that in 2008 China’s online game market size was 20.78 billion yuan, increased by 52.2 percent. From a global perspective, in 2008 China’s online game market revenue accounted for about 27 percent in global share, ranking second, and the United States was in first place for 29%. In accordance with the trend of global online game industry, the China’s market share will be developing with a rate of about 5% annually. It was Expected in 2012, the Chinese online game market would reach 68.62 billion yuan, reaching 46.9% in the global market share.


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