Hot Five: Diablo Immortal makes over $24 million in first two weeks, a third of gaming app businesses expect to close, and Beatstar’s exclusive over Spotify

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Data from Appmagic has revealed Diablo Immortal garnered over 8.5 million downloads in the first two weeks of release, earning developer Blizzard more than $24 million in the process.

According to research from adtech company Bango, 31 per cent of games developers believe their businesses will cease to exist when new ad regulations and privacy changes come into effect.

Over 300 US and UK app developers and marketers identified Apple’s IDFA changes, the passing out of third-party cookies by Google, and mounting government regulations as escalating concerns.

Simon Hade speaks with on how the latest single by Black Eyed Peas, Shakira, and David Guetta was pre-released two days early exclusively in Space Ape Games’ Beatstar.

A survey of more than 3,400 consumers and executives was conducted, with commentary from gaming luminaries including Square Enix, Niantic, and Epic Games, revealing how between $2 trillion and $2.6 trillion could come from e-commerce.

An admittedly modest figure, but with five millions downloads since January 2022, Netflix is committing to its mobile strategy with a host of announcements.

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