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Disney finds success with mobile games

Mobile games become a valuable revenue stream for Disney and Marvel

Mobile games have proven to be quite rewarding for Disney. The company has reported that it has established a strong revenue stream in licensing Marvel property to mobile game developers. Companies like Kabam have used their licenses to produce games that have become resoundingly popular among consumers. Due to the success of these mobile games, Disney is likely to continue placing emphasis on the mobile sector in order to find greater degrees of success.

Marvel Contest of Champions proves to be a resounding success

Kabam found significant success with its Marvel Contest of Champions game, an arcade fighter that has established a massive following. According to estimates from Thinkgaming, the game produces approximately $293,000 in daily sales, on average. The game is only six months old and boasts of more than 750,000 daily actives users. Marvel Contest of Champions holds a higher daily revenue and active user base than other games that have also become rampantly popular among consumers.

Mobile games continue to appeal to a wide audience of consumers

Mobile Games - DisneyMobile games are attractive because of their convenient nature, much like mobile payments. These games can be played at anytime and anywhere in the world, making them an attractive form of entertainment for consumers that travel frequently or have time to spare. The mobile space is quickly becoming one of the most lucrative aspects of the game industry, and more developers are beginning to focus their efforts on the mobile space in order to find success.

Disney may place more emphasis on the mobile sector

Disney has a long history in the game industry, producing titles that have enthralled millions. The mobile sector is providing the company with new opportunities, especially now that Disney is closely tied to Marvel. The success that Marvel has found in the film business has generate hype for games that make use of its intellectual properties, and these games have managed to attract the attention of gamers. Mobile games will likely play a larger role in Disney’s overall business plan going into the future.

Electronic Arts to release 15 new mobile games this year

EA New Mobile GamesEA aims high in mobile games

Electronic Arts has sent ripples throughout the game industry this week in announcing its partnership with LucasArts, the long time developer behind the Star Wars game franchise. LucasArts was acquired by Disney earlier this year, which put the company’s future in question despite Disney’s insistence that it would remain involved in the game industry. Electronic Arts may have some ambitious plans when it comes to Star Wars, but the company has also been strongly focused on the mobile games sector.

Company to release 15 mobile games in 2013-2014 fiscal year

EA has announced that it has no less than 11 major games coming out this fiscal year. These games will cover a variety of genres and platforms and will include new additions to ongoing franchises like Battlefield and The Sims. While EA has some ambitious plans when it comes to console gaming, the company is also increasing its efforts in the mobile space. The publisher has announced that it will be releasing no less than 15 major mobile games this year.

EA plans new Command & Conquer and Ultima mobile games

The mobile games that EA is looking to launch this year will cover various genres. The company plans to release new mobile titles for the Command & Conquer franchise as well as the widely popular Ultima saga. These games will be available on multiple mobile platforms and EA expects that they will be well received by gamers in many markets. The company does not expect that its mobile games will suffer with the launch of new consoles from Sony or Microsoft, which are expected to be released later this year.

Industry continues to become more mobile

Mobile games have become a very lucrative part of the game industry, which is why massive companies like EA are getting involved in the mobile space. EA expects that mobile games will come to represent a very large portion of the gaming audience in the future and has been working to establish a powerful presence in this sector before competition becomes too fierce.