SPOTLIGHT: No more guys in a garage in mobile gaming industry

Mobile gaming used to be a boon for guys working out their garages, but with big acquisitions in the space, such as Electronic Arts' $684 million purchase of Jamdat, it's going to get a lot more difficult for smaller game developers to compete with mammoth companies like EA. Robert Tercek, founding chairman of GC Mobile, expects a significantly smaller number of standalone, pure-play mobile game publishers in the next 18 months. Article


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