Disruptive advertisements, the new ad-free smartphone market and the rise of a mobile gaming community in South America are all set to transform mobile games, and the market is set to explode in the coming years.
The ad-driven mobile games market is poised to explode as mobile games become a dominant medium for publishers to generate revenue and expand their reach.
And in South American countries, there are growing fears that the mobile gaming market is ripe for disruption.
The rise of mobile games and the growth of mobile gaming as a mobile platform The adless mobile gaming space is ripe to grow, as mobile gaming is becoming a significant platform for publishers.
In the past, mobile gaming has primarily been driven by the free-to-play model.
But that model is coming to an end, with the advent of the “pay-to play” model.
The new pay-to.play model, which offers users a way to pay for content by playing games for real money, is changing the mobile games industry forever.
In a recent research report, mobile game developer Kaos Studios said the market for mobile games in Latin America is expected to reach $1.6 billion in 2018, while the global market is expected in 2018 to reach approximately $9.4 billion.
“This industry is now in its fifth year of growth, with mobile games growing by 30% year-over-year, and we expect it to grow even faster next year,” said Daniela Vázquez, chief executive of Kaos Games.
In South America, the mobile game market is estimated to reach almost $1 billion in 2019, according to research firm Gartner.
With mobile games now a viable way to monetize content for games and services like YouTube, video-sharing apps, and mobile applications, the ad-less mobile games space is set for a spectacular growth in the near future.
And there are signs that this growth is already happening.
In Argentina, where the country has traditionally been dominated by the traditional free-game model, the industry has seen significant growth.
According to data from GameSpy, the average monthly revenue per user from the mobile ad-supported platform is estimated at $0.28, a significant increase over the average revenue from traditional pay-for-play games.
“It’s just like with the traditional pay.play, you get what you pay for, and you get a piece of the pie,” said Fernando Varela, CEO of Argentine games company Xamarin.
“With ad-based games, the game is a piece that you have to pay a subscription fee to play, and there’s no subscription fee for players to enjoy the game.
We are witnessing a new revenue model in mobile games that is not only sustainable, but is the future of the industry.”
This new revenue models could lead to massive growth in mobile game players in South and Central America, said Cristina Roca, vice president of content marketing at mobile games developer Vengance Interactive.
In Latin America, Roca noted that in Brazil, South America and Mexico, the number of active users for ad-sponsored mobile games has grown at a rate of over 30%.
In fact, this industry is expected, in 2018 at least, to be the fastest-growing platform in Latin American for mobile gamers.
According to Gartners estimates, in South, Argentina, Chile and Colombia, the market will reach between $3 billion and $5 billion in total by 2021, with $2.5 billion to $4.5 million in total in the country’s mobile gaming revenues.
In 2018, Argentina’s mobile games revenues are expected to hit $1 trillion, according the research firm.
With the launch of Pay2Play, an ad-powered mobile game, in 2017, Argentina saw a surge in interest in the market, with an increase of 25% year over year.
And with the rise in interest, mobile games have begun to take off in Latin countries, as well.
In South America’s mobile game ecosystem, games that have been in the pay-only game model for some time are now available on a pay-what-you-want basis.
While the platform remains a bit of a niche for the platform, its popularity has been growing in recent years.
For example, in Argentina, a mobile game titled El Tigre, or the World, launched in March 2018 and quickly became a hit.
This mobile game features a single-player story, which is similar to what you might find in most modern platformers.
But unlike many other platformers, El Tigrem is free to play and you can spend real money to unlock content that you may not otherwise be able to find.
According Roca and other mobile game industry executives, the popularity of El Tigrepa has not been limited to just South America.
“El Tigre is an example of how a game can be free to access and be a success on the mobile market, even in Latin markets like Argentina and Chile,” said R