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‘Diablo Immortal’ and the Truth About Free-to-Play Mobile Games

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By Colette Bennett Why many “free-to-play” games are anything but. As the videogame industry continues to make more money every year, many game developers hoping for success are turning to mobile instead of consoles. With the mobile-gaming market raking in $93.2 billion in 2021 and 52% of global consumer spend, mobile officially owns more than half of consumer attention –which is why many big names are flocking to it. It explains Netflix’s (NFLX) – Get Netflix Inc. Report push into mobile as a way to compensate for its recently announced loss of subscribers. And it also explains why Activisio…

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