Mobilegamer.biz delivers exclusive news and insights to a global mobile games industry audience.
On average, Mobilegamer.biz reaches over 32,000 visitors every month. Our newsletter has over 5,000 subscribers, and it goes out every Friday.
Mobilegamer.biz is published by former App Store, Edge, Official Nintendo Magazine and MCV editor Neil Long.
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About: Neil Long is a former editor of games industry magazine MCV and Official Nintendo Magazine. He also created and launched iPad magazine iGamer and was editor of Edge Online before moving to Apple in 2014.
As App Store games editor he was responsible for featuring decisions across Europe and helped launch App Stores on Apple Watch and Apple TV as well as the UK Today tab and Apple Arcade.
He was also responsible for the editorial launch of countless games and was part of the team that selected Apple’s Game of the Year and Apple Design Award nominations.
(See if you can spot where the viral John Riccitiello “fucking idiots” story was published.)
Monthly readership averages out at over 32,000 visitors per month. Most people find the site by word of mouth or through LinkedIn. Top markets are the US, UK, Finland, Canada, Germany, Turkey, India, Israel and Spain.
There’s also the newsletter. It goes out every Friday and has just passed 5,000 subscribers. It’s a concise, no-fluff round-up of the last week’s news and features.
“Within a few months of launch mobilegamer.biz became my go-to source for industry news. In an age of endless twitter punditry and copy-paste journalism Neil’s instinctive filter for what’s worth paying attention to in the world of mobile games has proven invaluable.”
Simon Hade, Space Ape cofounder
“If you are looking for independent, original and authentic press, mobilegamer.biz is your go-to news site. Neil is following the industry hands-on, reporting the breaking news in all transparency and drawing on his unique background as editor. The content is always fresh, snackable and insightful for executives in the gaming industry.”
Eren Gökgür, Google apps and gaming partnerships
“Mobilegamer.biz is quickly emerging as a source of super high quality commentary, insightful analysis and relevant news. I recommend it to all my friends and colleagues.”
Akin Babayigit, Tripledot Studios cofounder & COO
“You can’t imagine how often people share the articles in our work Slacks across many companies, I think our ‘news and other games’ channels are like 50% articles from mobilegamer.biz.”
Maria Maunula, Rovio producer
“I recommend mobilegamer.biz to all my peers who want to stay up-to-date with the latest news in the games industry. Neil is direct and fearless in his reporting and insights, and his passion for the industry shines through in every article. ”
Anette Staloy, DirtyBit CMO
“Mobilegamer.biz is the new reference point to be up to date on the mobile gaming market.”
Felipe Mata, FunPlus Barcelona lead
“Mobilegamer.biz is essential, informative reading. It has frequent scoops and really relevant angles and insights on industry-specific issues that other sources don’t find or have the experience to be able to surface.”
Neil McFarland, First Light Games co-CEO
“Mobilegamer.biz has easily the most trustworthy content in mobile.”
Arseny Lebedev, Original Games cofounder and CEO
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We also now welcome sponsorship for three regular editorial columns:
- Jobs weekly: a snapshot of who’s gone where (Mondays)
- Data drop: a carefully curated digest of the latest need-to-know data and insights (Wednesdays)
- New games now: new release, soft launch and other essential new game news (Fridays)
Partners for these columns get their branding in the lead image plus a line of copy and link in the intro of the story. These columns are the backbone of the site: timely, relevant, curated content that mobile games industry people want.
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