David Diaz is VP Developer Relations at mobile advertising technology company Fyber, which helps freemium app and game developers grow revenue streams through ad monetisation across all connected devices.
Mobile gaming is big business.
The global market has nearly doubled in the past two years, with hit games capable of bringing in more than $1 billion in revenue.
That growth is sure to continue as time spent on mobile cuts into consumers' TV time.
A massive opportunity like this will inevitably lead to changes in the still nascent gaming industry.
Companies will come and go, investment will increase, and hit titles will continue to emerge from established players in the space.
This past year gave us several indications of where the gaming industry is headed in 2016, with Mobile World Congress set to give us further insight into what the next twelve months will hold.
Here are five trends that we see emerging throughout the year ahead.
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