Serbia’s Video Game Market Found A Lot Of Success Last Year

Mihailo Vesovic, the director of the sector for strategic analysis, services, and internationalization at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Serbia, recently announced that the Serbian video game sector generated almost $125 million in revenues last year. This serves as proof that Serbia is quickly emerging as a global video game and technology hub.

“With more than $200 billion a year, the video game industry in the world and in our country is starting to be a huge force of development. More than 130 companies in Serbia employ about 3,000 people in this industry,” Vesovic said in a statement.

Serbia is currently home to several big-name gaming companies including Endava and Ubisoft. Additionally, Serbia also serves as the headquarters of Nordeus, a mobile game developer that was acquired by Take-Two Interactive last year for $378 million.

According to Statista, Serbia is expected to have over 600,000 gamers by 2027. With an expected population of 6.71 million people by that time, gamers will likely make up almost 9% of the Serbian population in five years.

(All information was provided by bne IntelliNews, Google, and Statista)

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