Glu Mobile's (NASDAQ: GLUU ) decision
To read more about summer clothes visit cheap clothesto spend $45.5 million in cash on little-known US game developer Crowdstar in November 2016 took the industry by surprise. An overfunded startup from the early days of free-to-play gaming on Facebook and then mobile devices, Crowdstar raised $49 million in four rounds but didn't have its first hit game Covet Fashion - The Game for Dresses & Shopping until 2014. In fact, it's not really a game. It's more an interesting combination of online shopping and dressing up digital avatars for fellow players to vote on. Yet, that deep niche and a focus on doing deals with real-world brands (Calvin Klein, Sephora, French Connection) has seen Covet Fashion build a strong, mainly female, audience. Figures from its website cite 600,000 daily active users or players (DAUs) and 3 million monthly active players. More significantly, the game has been in the top 100 top grossing charts for the Apple App Store and Google Play store in key English-speaking markets such as the US, Canada, Australia and the UK (all countries that rank in the global top 10 most lucrative mobile markets) since mid-2014. Source: App Annie (free registration required) For that reason, we can assume the majority of Crowdstar's revenue has been generated by Covet Fashion. In its FY16 Q3 Investor Presentation (as shown below), Glu noted Covet Fashion's revenue had grown each year over the past three, with the company's
To read more about shopping online visit cheap clothing stores online2016's bookings expected to be $48 million. Yet the company, which consists of 88 staff, is still loss-making. Its 2016 EBITDA loss is expected to be $1 million.
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