Game Analytics Insight Report at Games Business 2015

Making the right business decisions at the right time can make or break a business, so today, we’re happy to announce that all Games Business 2015 attendees will be receiving a unique Games Business insight analytics report sponsored by GameAnalytics.

“There are 3 key elements to making a good business decision: data, timing and relationships. Of these 3 there is only one that is solely dependent on your business culture; data!”, Lead Game Analyst at GameAnalytics, Rosa Colom, explains.

Danish analytics company, GameAnalytics, is a free analysis tool for games, providing valuable insights into player behaviour. And with many game companies using the platform, GameAnalytics has access to a vast number of interesting data.


To better prepare all Games Business 2015 attendees for the future, GameAnalytics have therefore dived into their data and prepared an insightful business report, which will be distributed to all conference attendees.

The report dives into “Localization and Monetization in the Nordic Countries”, as Colom explains:

“Understanding your current customers is crucial in converting them from casual to loyal. In our report “Monetization and Localization in the Nordic Countries” we try to bring some light into how data helps understand a region, both when launching your game in it and when using it as a base for development.”, Rosa Colom says, and adds:

“We will share some numbers on how customer behaviour might differ and how that compares to other markets in Europe, highlighting the importance of localization even in a globalized world.”


The report will provided to all Games Business 2015 attendees, and will be distributed at the conference.

We have already ordered more than enough beer and some delicious Hotdogs for the networking session taking place after the main conference, and all of the fantastic speakers are more than ready to provide their insight into doing business in the games industry.

So if you haven’t booked your tickets yet, make sure to do so before the 27th of November, and we’ll see you there!


Sune is not only a gamer and writer who wishes his keyboard-typing-speed would translate directly into Nintendo 64 controller agility, but also the co-founder and CEO of NordicGameBits.

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