DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Board Games Market - Strategic Assessment and Forecast 2017-2022" report to their offering.
The board games market will grow at a CAGR of 9% during 2016-2022
The retail sale has increased tremendously and the demand has mainly been from the teen and adult population. Board games are not only beneficial for learning among toddlers and infants but also, they are helpful in creating learning environment among adults and are increasingly becoming a part of corporate classrooms. Also, the development of mobile applications supporting these games have increased the gaming experience among several age groups. As the purchasing power of middle-class families is increasing, the sale of board games is likely to accelerate.
A high average lifecycle is another factor for the growth of the market. Board games have an average lifecycle of eight years, however with product extensions, it is expected to reach ten years.
The global board games market is dominated by the tabletop segment because of its increasing demand across geographies. Publishers of tabletop games target mass market due to their wide user base, which is driving the growth of the market. The collectible card games segment is the second popular segment in the global board games market.
Key Topics Covered:
Section 1 Research Methodology
Section 2 Executive Summary
Section 3 Report Coverage
Section 4 Introduction
Section 5 Key Market Drivers
Section 6 Key Market Trends
Section 7 Key Market Restraints
Section 8 Global Board Games Market
Section 9 Global Board Games Market by Type
Section 10 Global Board Games Market by Theme
Section 11 Geographical Segmentation
Section 12 Board Games Market in Europe
Section 13 Board Games Market in North America
Section 14 Board Games Market in APAC
Section 15 Board Games Market in Latin America
Section 16 Market Size and Analysis of MEA
Section 17 Competitive Landscape
Section 18 Key Vendor Analysis
- Mattel Inc.
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