Video games are a major part of Dubai’s economy.
Dubai is home to more than 200 games shops, and over 200,000 gamers live in the region, according to data from the International Games Council.
That makes it a big draw for some game makers, but it’s also a huge draw for others, especially if you consider how much traffic they get from other games.
Dubai is the second largest gaming market in the world, and while the games industry is still developing, the gaming boom is growing.
In the first quarter of 2018, gaming revenue in the country reached $2.8 billion, up from $1.8 in the same period a year ago, according the IGC.
Dubials revenue increased 2.5 percent in the first three months of 2018 compared to the same quarter last year, according data from GamingBiz.com, the largest online gaming company.
Gaming is a $20 billion business in the UAE.
Dubial’s growth has come from two main sources: the internet and the gaming industry itself.
Games are still a very niche activity in the Middle East, but the rise in popularity of video games in the Arab world is fueling more and more developers to expand their game libraries.
The online gaming industry has also seen an explosion in popularity.
According to a report by Gartner, online games have been the fastest growing industry in the entire world in 2018, reaching $2 trillion in global revenue.
The number of games on the market in Dubai increased by 30 percent from the first half of 2018 to the first six months of 2019, according gaming website Gaming Hub.
The increase is largely driven by the popularity of popular games like World of Warcraft and Minecraft, which have had a huge impact on the gaming market.
Dubalis popularity has also led to increased competition, which is creating a bit of a problem for the game industry.
Ubisoft and Activision recently began to shut down many of their games in Dubai, while Microsoft has shut down several of its titles in the kingdom.
Ubisoft has been accused of forcing its games out of the country for licensing deals.
Activision and Microsoft are also facing legal disputes with some developers in the game market.
The UAE has some of the world’s strictest online gaming laws, which makes it difficult for games to compete.
But there is another factor at play.
Dubai has a huge population of Emiratis living in the capital.
The country has an estimated 10 million people, and its citizens have been playing games for years.
It’s not uncommon to see people playing World of WarCraft in their homes in the evening.
In Dubai, you can find games for sale at the local cafe, or you can even buy games online.
It also seems like the game-making scene in the city is growing rapidly.
According a report from the Gaming Hub, game development in Dubai has grown by 30.6 percent since last year.
That’s about 10 percent a year.
Dubairis gaming community has also grown significantly since its last gaming boom.
According the IGS, the number of gamers in the Emirati capital has increased by 2,000 percent in five years.
This has been accompanied by a significant growth in online gaming, which has also increased by 40 percent since the first two months of this year.
It seems like gamers have become a bit more independent in the past couple of years.
Dubays gaming community is growing, but at the same time, its players have also been shrinking.
According an IGS report from 2017, the percentage of gamers that are under 30 has dropped by 12 percent from 2017 to 2019.
In 2019, only 9 percent of gamers were under 30.
GamingHub estimated that the number who were over 30 has fallen by more than 50 percent in two years.
The number of over-30 gamers has dropped to just 8 percent in 2019.
The industry is also growing faster in the U.S. and Europe, where the industry has exploded in the last few years.
In 2017, about 1.5 million gamers were in the market, and by 2019, the industry had expanded to 1.8 million.
That translates to an increase of more than 60 percent in just two years, according GamingHub.
Dubia’s gaming boom has led to the emergence of some big names.
Ubisoft, Microsoft, and Activision have all started to shut off their games from the country.
Blizzard recently closed down its games in both the U, and the EU.
While Activision and Ubisoft have made it clear that they will keep their games out, it seems like these companies will likely not be able to stop players from playing online.