The 28st Statistical Survey Report on the Internet Development in China, released by the China Internet Network Information Center in July 2011, expounds upon the current Internet development characteristics and its future trends in China.
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In 2010, the growth of the Chinese online game market continued to slow down, rising by only 26.2 percent. The market size reached 34.9 billion yuan in total; Internet games accounted for 32.3 billion yuan, up 25.2 percent from 2009; wap games amounted to 2.6 billion yuan, rising by 40.7 percent.
In 2009, the domestic market size of online games rose by 39.5 percent, reaching 25.8 billion yuan. Made-in-China games amounted to 15.78 billion yuan, up 41.9 percent from 2008 and accounting for 61.2 percent of the entire domestic market share.
Since 2007, made-in-China online games had begun to dominate the domestic market, accounting for 65 percent of the entire market. Among the top 10 online games in 2008, six were produced by Chinese companies and they amounted to 59 percent of the entire domestic market, raking in 10.84 billion yuan.
In 2007, the online games market in China generated 12.8 billion yuan, up 66.7 percent from 2006, according to an industrial report released by iResearch, a leading organization focusing on in-depth research into China's internet industry