Free Chinese mobile games report from our new partner, DataEye

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We are pleased to announce that Niko Partners has partnered with DataEye to provide comprehensive reporting on China’s digital games market.

Founded in 2013, DataEye has been dedicated to big data analysis and data mining in China’s digital games and entertainment industries and has quickly become a leading data service provider in China. The company provides
data support for game optimization and decision-making for operation strategies for game developers, distribution channels, app stores, ad networks and more. DataEye boasts a team of people from top Internet companies in China such as BAT (Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent) with extensive experience in mobile game and big data sectors. DataEye provides analytics on 24,000 games on 600 million mobile devices to thousands of clients in the games industry.

For your free copy of DataEye’s January 2016 Report on China’s Mobile Gaming Industry as our Chinese New Year gift to you, simply contact us and we will send you a copy.

Please note that Niko did not contribute data or analysis to this report. However, DataEye contributed some data to our comprehensive, data-rich, analytical market studies and forecasts on the Chinese mobile games and TV-based games segments in 2015, with more to come in 2016.

The 41-slide report has data from DataEye’s analytics and includes the following topics:

  • Overview of China’s Game Industry for 2015
  • Market Analysis of China’s Mobile Games for 2015
  • Market Analysis of China’s HTML5 Games for 2015
  • Market Analysis of China’s TV Games for 2015
  • Trends of China’s Mobile Game Market for 2016

We will announce more about the Niko-DataEye partnership in the near future, but for now we offer you this dynamic report full of data from DataEye’s digital games analytics service.

2016-02-07T21:41:39+00:00 February 7th, 2016|Categories: China|

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  3. […] a solid user base, mobile gaming has been eating into China’s PC gaming market. According to big data and analytics firm Data Eye, mobile gaming revenue jumped from 5% of China’s gaming market in 2012 to 36% in 2015. Even […]

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