UK consumers spent £5.35 billion on games and video game products in 2019. This data comes from the latest market valuation report from UKIE.
UKIE have revealed the most successful video game releases in the UK to date. The list was revealed as part of the trade body’s 30 Years of Play campaign.
Trade body Ukie recently found that the UK Video Games industry had increased in value during 2016 by 1.2%, making it worth £4.33 billion in total.
Over two hundred developers were eligible to receive tax cuts in the United Kingdom, Develop Online reports.
The digital domain of UK gaming will now be available to be dissected, as agreements have been put in place to publish digital sales data.
Recent market research carried out by MCV has revealed that the sales figures of physical games remain on top of the pack over digital sales.