In the world of mobile gaming, the question arises of whether Nintendo is a big seller in the mobile gaming space.
The company was once considered one of the giants of the mobile games space but the past few years have seen its mobile games become less and less relevant as smartphones have become more popular.
In a recent report by Mobile Games Research, Nintendo had a 9% share in the smartphones market in 2020, which is still more than the 6.2% share it had in 2020.
According to the report, the market share of Nintendo was only slightly up from last year when the company had a 7.9% share.
The report also said that in the year ahead, Nintendo has no plans to increase its share in smartphone game sales in India, where it was a leader in the space.
“The Indian market is expected to remain a strong one for the next five years, even as Nintendo’s mobile game sales remain on a slow decline,” the report said.
The Mobile Games report, however, was conducted by a research company with no relationship to Nintendo.
The report was conducted using data provided by the company on the smartphone and tablet gaming market from the year 2020.
The mobile gaming market in India has grown by 25% to reach $2.8 billion in 2020 according to the data.
According to the Mobile Games Report, the smartphone gaming market grew by a whopping 75% in the three years that the report was done, and Nintendo is expected by the market to lose some of that growth in 2021.
In the next three years, Nintendo is likely to lose a further 15-20% of its share.
Nintendo had a huge impact in the market with the Nintendo Switch, but the company’s smartphone games are also losing ground to other brands.
Nintendo had sold over 9 million smartphones in 2020 which is an increase of almost 5 million over 2020.
Nintendo’s smartphones are still one of its best selling brands and it’s the smartphone games that are the biggest sellers of the company in the country.