Week that was

PocketGamer.biz Week That Was: Apple get hacked, EA names the App Store as its biggest money spinner, and we go big on China

PocketGamer.biz Week That Was: Apple get hacked, EA names the App Store as its biggest money spinner, and we go big on China
Despite their inherent disruption, market shifts are a sign of overall good health.

There are some who might worry that veteran publishers like Electronic Arts is now making more money from the App Store than it is traditional game sales, but others will simply smile and shrug knowing EA is focusing on where the money is.

The fact that money is still being spent so eagerly is a sign of great health for the games industry as a whole - and doubly so for those in the mobile sector - so let's all raise a glass to the health of the industry and the changing times as we look back on the week that was.

Oh, and as well as raising that glass, lets check out the big stories on sister site PocketGamer.biz this week, too.

Tools and platforms

Monetisation

Industry voices

China and ChinaJoy



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Representing the former colonies, Matt keeps the Pocket Gamer news feed updated when sleepy Europeans are sleeping. As a frustrated journalist, diehard gamer and recovering MMO addict, this is pretty much his dream job.

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