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Hungary: home to 3.7 million gamers

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3.7 million people reported playing some sort of video game in 2017, which constitutes 58% of the Hungarian population between 18 and 65 years of age. Last year the turnover of the sector – including video game, hardware and in-game purchases – exceeded 28 billion Hungarian Forints. There is a steady income of reinforcements, too: more than half of all…

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Almost 200,000 hardcore gamers in Hungary – e-sports in figures

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On an average weekday, a young Hungarian e-sport gamer spends three hours playing games, and that duration rises to five hours on weekends. 44% are or intend to become competitive players. The most popular game is Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. These are the main conclusions of a survey looking into e-sports in Hungary, jointly conducted by eNET Internet Research, Esportmilla –…

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The gamer inside us

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Six out of ten Internet users in Hungary play video games (including any game played on electronic devices, i.e. computers, smartphones, tablets, consoles, or TVs). This activity extends well beyond hardcore gaming: the most popular video games are Solitaire, Mahjong, Candy Crush Saga and Scrabble. Fifty-six per cent of gamers play on their smartphones (too) – these are the findings…

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Business gaming, gaming business – online role-playing games on the rise

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2.3 million people play online games on a regular basis in Hungary,  and an increasing number of players devote their free time to massively multiplayer online games (MMOG). Over 670 thousand Hungarian MMOG enthusiasts play strategic games as well as online role-playing games, reveals the Report on the Internet Economy by GKIeNET – T-Mobile.

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Online Games Are Games No More

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GKIeNET – T-Home – T-Mobile: Online Games Are Games No More: In May 2009 almost one-fourth of the population aged 14 and over, some 1.9 million people, could be considered regular online gamers in Hungary,  according to the June issue of the GKIeNet – T-Home – T-Mobile Report on the Internet Economy. Online games are more and more prevalent in Hungarian…

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