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SG is world’s 19th-largest mobile gaming market by revenue 

Mobile gaming consumer spending in the Lion City grew 21% YoY in 1Q23.

With growing consumer spending, Singapore ranked 19th on the list of the world’s largest mobile gaming market by revenue.

Singapore ranked higher than its neighbours, Malaysia (#20), Indonesia (#22) and Vietnam (#25). 

Data from data.ai and IDC showed that mobile gaming consumer spending in the Lion City grew 21% YoY to nearly US$100m in 1Q23. 

In 2022, consumer spending in the Lion City was US$82.3m.

Meanwhile, data.ai and IDC also reported that Singapore accounted for 5.7% of the total gains in revenue for the Asia-Pacific region.

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