Why India's gaming industry is on the rise

Children play games on their mobile phones in a neighbourhood in Srinagar October 10, 2019. Authorities reopened schools in Indian Kashmir's main city on August 19 but most classrooms were empty as parents kept their children home, fearing unrest over Indian government's decision to revoke the region's autonomy. Picture taken October 10, 2019. REUTERS/Danish Ismail - RC197B3D8380

Developers should continue to create mobile-first experiences not least because of lower development costs, but they need to appeal more to female audiences. Image: REUTERS/Danish Ismail - RC197B3D8380

Rajan Navani
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