Mobile gaming continues to hold its own, accounting for 10% of the time users spend in apps — a percentage that has remained steady over the years, even though our time in apps overall has grown by 50% over the past two years. In addition, games are continuing to grow their share of consumer spend, notes App Annie in a new research report out this week, timed with E3.
Thanks to growth in hyper-casual and cross-platform gaming in particular, mobile games are on track to reach 60% market share in consumer spend in 2019.
The new report looks at how much time users spend gaming versus using other apps, monetization, and regional highlights within the gaming market, among other things.
Despite accounting for a sizable portion of users’ time, games don’t lead the other categories,…