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SBJ In-Depth: Video Gaming
Published March 16, 2011
Advances in motion-based technology have created new opportunities in the video game industry, but have also challenged traditional players in the space to evolve. We will look at how game producers are working to protect and grow their market share, whether it’s with casual or competitive gamers. Key leaders in the video game business will reveal what to expect next with everything from free online games to traditional game systems. Publishing Date: April 11 Ad Close: March 28 Materials Close: March 30.
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