Ben Turner - PwC, Sydney
Hugh Ditchfield - PwC, Sydney
Rod Dring - PwC, Sydney
This segment breaks down consumer spending on video games by component, including console, online, PC and mobile. It excludes spending on the hardware used to play the games, and revenues from console and PC are split by physical and digital.
PC games covers revenues from traditional, more complex PC games sales. The category includes sales revenues from retail and digital-download stores (Steam and Origin) and additional downloadable content.
Mobile gaming considers all revenues from playing games on a mobile device (tablet or mobile phone). It includes digital games sales, subscription services and associated virtual items.
The console category covers all revenues from playing games of any type on a games console (both in home and handheld). It includes game sales at retail, digital game sales, additional downloadable content (DLC) and subscription services.
Online gaming includes games played on a PC that require an internet connection. It covers subscription Massively Multiplayer Online (MMOs), free-to-play MMOs, casual games and social games.
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Australian total market:
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Australia at a glance:
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Cross media ownership matrix
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Books, Magazines, Filmed entertainment, Free-to-air TV, Interactive games, Internet, Music, Newspapers, Out-of-home, Radio, Subscription TV
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