Virtual Goods sales will pass $2 Billion in 2011

Inside Network releases findings from their Virtual Goods forecast report that shows Virtual Goods sales will be over $2 Billion in 2011. Articles and analysis from:

Bloomberg ” The market will jump to $2.1 billion next year from $1.6 billion in 2010 and $1.1 billion in 2009, the San Francisco- based research firm said today in a report.”

Forbes ” As in this year, 2011 will also see the dominance of social games in the sales of virtual goods. In 2010, social games accounted for $835 million, or around half, of the total market size.”

CNN International ” The term virtual goods refers to digital items that are purchased for use online, in games and on mobile phones.”

The New York Times ” The figures are especially significant because Facebook is pushing all its game developers to use Credits, its virtual currency.”

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