DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/96c072/internetcyber_caf) has announced the addition of the "Internet/Cyber Cafes in Asia" report to their offering.
Leading market research and consulting firm Pearl Research is pleased to announce the release of its new Internet Cafes in Asia study.
Highlights from the Study:
- There are more than 350,000 Internet cafes across Asia, estimated to generate more than $19 billion in revenues in 2011
- Some of the larger Internet cafes in China can have more than 200 PCs per cafe, a prime target for PC and hardware manufacturers. These large Chinese Internet cafes can typically earn ---- in a year*. In India and Vietnam, cafes tend to be much smaller and have less than 20 seats, on average. Even with 86% PC penetration, Korean gamers still flock to Internet cafes with the top game --- being played there.
- For game operators and publishers, working with Internet cafes requires a different strategy.
Critical challenges for Internet cafes include high real estate and labor costs, increasing government scrutiny; consumers playing at home and a negative reputation amongst some consumers.
The Internet Cafes in Asia report provides an in-depth analysis of the Internet cafe market, executive summary; market sizing; inhibitors and drivers to growth; deep marketplace analysis; and strategic conclusions.
Key Topics Covered:
- PC Penetration
- China PC Hardware
- India PC Hardware
- Korea PC Hardware
- Vietnam PC Hardware
- Internet and Broadband
- Internet Cafes
- Asian Internet Cafes Conclusions
*Figures will become available once the report is purchased.
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