Home / News / UK PC game download chart collapses – report
The chart launched one year ago but hasn't been seen since October

UK PC game download chart collapses – report

The UK PC game download chart – which aims to tracks the sales of digital games – has reportedly collapsed.

It officially launched in May last year, but hasn’t been seen since PCR’s sister publication MCV published the statistics for Q2 2013 last October.

The chart was put together by UK games trade body UKIE and stat giant IPSOS. To build it they would receive data from publishers such as Sega, EA, Ubisoft, Square Enix, Warner and 2K. However, a number of companies would not share their data, including Activision and Bethesda. And MCV has been told that the project was proving a burden to the publishers that had committed to it.

As a result, UKIE has put the download chart on the back burner, and will now work on a new project to discover the size of the PC download market. It hopes to bring the chart back in the future.

Read the full story on MCV

Check Also

BullGuard Launches 2021 Premium Protection, Internet Security and Antivirus with Dynamic Machine Learning and Multi-Layered Protection

BullGuard’s, new 2021 suite of antimalware solutions featuring Dynamic Machine Learning capabilities and Multi-Layered Protection …