According to a study published by Newzoo, in 2018, 2.3 billion gamers around the world will spend $137.9 billion in video games. This is a 13.3% increase when compared to last year.

Those who have been paying attention know that the business model of the industry has been changing. From what used to be a sector which depended on the success of a title upon release, it has now shifted towards a recurring revenue model.

For fans, this means games that keep expanding and improving after release. For business, this means a much more predictable and dependable way to make money. Thanks to in-game purchases, DLC content and even coaches for hire, each title now has the potential to develop its own micro economy. This has allowed the industry to grow exponentially and for games such as Fortnite to become world-wide phenomenons.

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When we think of the video game industry, we tend to think of Japan and the US as they are the pioneers. But what most people don’t know — even video games fans — is that the British gaming industry is right behind these two juggernauts. In fact, some of the most successful video games from recent years like the Tomb Raider reboot and Grand Theft Auto V were produced entirely in the UK.

Also, as we can see in our list of video game events, there’s not a shortage of offerings for enthusiasts in the country. This time around, we present an infographic with some of the most interesting stats of gaming in the UK. For example, did you know that seven out of 10 British households play video games?

Special thanks to our friends at Venngage for making this infographic for us. If you need to add some colour to your data, then now you know who to turn to.


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T-shirt Printing for Gamers

Thanks to our five years of experience in the apparel-printing industry, we were able to design a platform catered towards the needs of specialised events such as eSports tournaments. Printsome’s T-shirt printing services operate locally in the UK and with the best-quality garments.

From the moment you get in touch with us, you’ll receive the Printsome treatment. One of our printing experts will answer your questions and keep you informed each step of the way. Our delivery services (like fast T-shirt printing) work all over the UK, from Edinburgh to Warrington and can adapt to most deadlines. It doesn’t matter if it’s 20 or 15,000 personalised T-shirts. Printing garments has never been this easy.

Why worry about inventory or logistics when we can take care of that? We deal with the boring stuff so you have more time to do everything else. To find out more, simply visit our website.

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Harald is one of the founders of the Printsome-Insights blog! Previously, Senior Content Writer, with over five years experience writing about garment printing, he's now been whisked away into entertaining other audiences with his fabulous words. For over seven years he has been proofreading, blogging, copywriting newsletters/landing pages/social media + editing. Whilst also bringing Printsome brand to life with voice and soul. He is also well-versed in enforcing content styles and content strategies for B2B businesses.

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