Untapped Potential: How Mobile Gaming is Gearing Up for Big Change

License Global Live continues with a webinar all about mobile gaming, sponsored by SEGA.

License Global

June 16, 2021

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Half of all time spent online is through a mobile device, and global revenue from the mobile games segment is projected to hit $110 billion this year. That revenue is forecasted to grow even further - up to 10 percent to $161 billion by 2025 (according to Statista). The global phenomenon stretches across both free-to-play and premium games, brings new brands to the market and gives fans new touchpoints for existing properties. With more IPs either going mobile or gaining huge ground, what does the increasing popularity and power of mobile gaming mean for brands and their product extensions? Find out in this exclusive webinar brought to you by License Global.


June 23 at 9am PST

Speakers include: 

Issei Shimizu, director, digital media, SEGA of America; 

Luka Okorn, head, licensing, Outfit7; and

Ville Heijari, head, business development, Rovio

Moderator: Dave Tovey, director, brand development and head, Tinderbox, Beanstalk

Be sure to register for the webinar now by clicking here!

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