India: Now, gamers go mobile

June 29th, 2004 by Ashu Mathura Posted in Research & Stats | 1 Comment »

Remember the days when we would flock to gaming arcades to play Cruize Control? Today, one doesn’t have to sit in mini-cars to play the game, but just pick up the cell phone and vroom.

At Rs 50 per download, subscribers are turning game savvy leading to mobile operators willingly associating with game developers to split the moolah.

“The average revenue per user has been declining and for the operators, games are a good way of generating substantial revenues,” says Rajiv Hiranandani, country head, Mobile2win.com. More …

    One Response to “India: Now, gamers go mobile”

    1. the unknown says:

      the mobile gaming market is going up and up. is this the future of mobile gameing technilogy.

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