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Indian online gaming revenue to touch Rs 119 bn by 2023

The rapid growth in digital infrastructure has led to a supercharged growth of online gaming from Rs 20 billion in FY14 to Rs 44 billion in FY18. The industry is expected to grow by 22 per cent Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) by FY23 and reach Rs 119 billion, as per a KPMG Report.

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75% Indians trust tech companies with their personal data

The million dollar question today for any brand or company is ‘How can you decipher your customer?’ In its second edition of Me, My Life, My Wallet, KPMG explored the multidimensional customer, what truly drives behaviour and choices and how this is set to change as the customers of tomorrow emerge...

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Airtel partners Flipkart, MakeMyTrip, Netflix to counter Jio

Indian global telecommunications company Bharti Airtel is teaming up with Flipkart, MakeMyTrip and Netflix to provide customised offers for its consumers, in a bid to compete with Reliance Jio.

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Living Foodz sees 25% growth in advertiser response

After Aparna Bhosle’s elevation in the Zee Entertainment Enterprise Ltd (Zeel) from the premium English cluster head to now being the business head of Zee TV’s Hindi GEC channel, Shaurya Mehta along with handling the lifestyle genre, Living Foodz, is also given the additional responsibility of...

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Digitisation leading to higher HD adoption in India

High definition (HD) TV channels started launching in India years ago but it was only when digitisation happened on a large scale that the adoption of channels grew. According to Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC), the total HD count in India has increased to 83 channels currently from 59...

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