Mobile Gaming Will Continue to Surge into 2021 with Superstar Influencers Leading the Charge - Seite 2
"This announcement is yet another shining example of BBTV's continued momentum and success from its high margin Plus solutions, as we work with content creators to unlock significant value across a number of growing revenue streams," BBTV Chairperson and CEO Shahrzad Rafati said in the company's release. "We've worked closely with the Dobre Brothers to create a game that connects them with their fans at a deeper level, at a time of year that is popular for gaming consumption. It has all of the components to make it a great success."
Dobre Duel sees players taking control of the Dobre Brothers as they go head to head in three challenges, all using hilarious Dobre rag-doll physics. In Pinata Panic, players need to hit a pinata to try to get more candy than the opponent. Soccer Smash is a shootout where players need to score the most goals to win, and Deadly Sea has players trying to avoid a deadly blowfish. Each challenge is designed to capture that signature style and hilarity that Dobre fans have come to love.
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Publishers Leverage Top Brands in the Mobile Space
Video game publishing giant Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATVI), best known for its massively popular Call of Duty and World of Warcraft franchises, saw a huge portion of its $1.79 billion first-quarter revenue from its mobile offerings like Candy Crush and Hearthstone. In 2021, the company plans to release mobile installments of some of its biggest titles, like Diablo, Crash Bandicoot, and Call of Duty.
Zynga Inc (NASDAQ:ZNGA) has seen huge success from social games like FarmVille and Words with Friends, with sales hitting $403.8 million in the first half of 2020. In September, Zynga leveraged the popularity of the Harry Potter series to launch Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells on iOS and Android to positive reviews.
In 2019, Electronic Arts Inc (NASDAQ:EA) brought in more than $1 billion in revenue from its mobile titles. The company develops and publishes the ultra-popular EA Sports series. EA has carried this success into the mobile gaming space with titles like FIFA Ultimate Team, which has made the company more than $6 billion since 2015.
Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ:MSFT) has been working to translate the success of some of its largest video game franchises into the mobile space as well, with mobile installments of the company's Halo, Forza, and Minecraft properties. The company has also ported its Xbox platform over to the mobile space, allowing players to sign into Microsoft games using their Xbox gamertags on iOS and Android.