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#Outlook15: What Indian Mobile Gaming Companies Plan To Do In 2015

As part of our #Outlook15 series, we asked heads of mobile gaming companies – Games2Win, 99Games, Nazara, Disney India and Octro about their focus areas for 2015, and the challenges that the mobile gaming ecosystem needs to address. Which according to you were the top developments and roadblocks with respect to the mobile gaming segment in 2014? Why? Alok Kejriwal, Games2Win - ​2014 has seen the quasi unleashing of the android games market worldwide and definitely in India. We have a very large, competitive and fast growing marketplace that has the potential to reach 5 billion people and let them play games! Rohith Bhat, 99games - The rise of the Teen Patti and Rummy games that are currently giving the global games some serious competition. On the global level, the Top Grossing list was almost static with the same games dominating the top grossing charts for most part of the year. Nitish Mittersain, Nazara - Lack of high quality games specific for Indian consumer due to relatively scarce design talent & the ecosystem not supportive enough. - Need carrier billing and India relevant pricing for the ecosystem to take off in a big way. Sameer Ganapathy, Interactive - Disney India - About 50 million game downloads a month from the Google Play store and iOS store in India – most of these are free, with in-app purchases. - Significant capital investment in local gaming studios that produce quality games for smartphone users, especially in the casino and casual categories. - Encouraging developments in the digital wallet…

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