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How mobile gaming has changed in the last 10 years

GUEST: The mobile gaming industry is booming. Smartphones have become more affordable and the mobile gaming industry has overtaken PC and console as the biggest gaming category; it’s worth an estimated $36.9 billion compared to PC, which are worth $29 billion. But was this always the case? In short, the answer is no. It started in […]
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