The recent release of the UKIEpedia initiative in the UK made me realise that I haven’t shared data specific to the country in quite some time. This a very good opportunity to do so, using the same dataset that we collected for the yearly state of the game for Kickstarter. Money pledged and money raised […]
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A year has passed and it is time again to look at how the Kickstarter landscape for games has evolved over the past 12 months.
The first half of 2019’s numbers for tabletop games on Kickstarter
An overview of the performance of the video games category on Kickstarter in the first half of 2019.
Yearly look at the media coverage e3, the 2019 edition.
Welcome to my yearly blog post on crowdfunding and games, looking at how well games have performed on Kickstarter (and Fig) for the past year. As usual, I have shared a lot of graphs here to go through, alongside my own comments in regards to the trends that can be observed. Kickstarter overall Kickstarter is […]
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As an addition to the traditional mid-year crowdfunding check, for video games, I have decided to give tabletop games their own blog post this year. There is a dedicated interest for these numbers, and they are quite fascinating to follow. As a quick catch-up, you might want to have a look at the post on […]
It has already been six months since my last check on the crowdfunding trends for video games. With everyone taking it slow because the summer is coming (I am joking, everyone is rabidly preparing for gamescom), here is the latest data and what I make of it. This is part one, as I will do […]
Like every year, this is the time for a look at the performance of the many E3 announcements in terms of media coverage. If this the first time you read about our analysis, you can find out more about the methodology used, and read the blog posts for 2015, 2016, and 2017. Overall trend Starting with 2016, I set […]