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IMVU Extends Online Social Entertainment to Mobile with the World's Largest Virtual Goods Selection MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.
com/research/pkhsqt/global_virtual) has announced the addition of the "Global Virtual Goods Market 2012-2016" report to their offering.
The match-3 game's over 5 million daily players and the hundreds of millions of Apple mobile device users will now be able to play the game anywhere, anytime - ensuring their leaderboards, scores, progress and virtual goods are fully synchronized regardless of where they play.
Mr Wangerin said: "Figures in 2010 show that virtual goods are an established market worth $6bn globally.
A new startup called Kwedit wants to help teenagers and other people without credit or debit cards buy virtual goods online.
Byline: ANI London, January 18 (ANI): Britons are apparently shelling out more than 500 million pounds a year to buy virtual goods on social networking and dating sites.
00 Hardcover T58 Grimm (information technology risk management, University Koblenz-Landau, Germany) introduces virtual goods as a topic influencing technology, business, and politics.
Virtual goods are now a more than $1 billion business worldwide.