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Game Developer Census 2009


Overview Table of Contents Availability

Game Developer Census 2009Overview

Game Developer Research is pleased to announce the debut of its sixteenth report, the 'Game Developer Census 2009'. The in-depth 248-page report aims to create an accurate list of each significant developer and publisher within the video game industry in the United States and Canada, as well as an accurate list of staff averages for each company.

The Census report lists more than 700 companies alphabetically by U.S. state and Canadian province, along with general contact addresses, website information, estimates of employee numbers and details on their market specialties (from casual gaming, online gaming, mobile gaming and serious gaming to PC, handheld or console gaming).

Not included in the Game Developer Industry Census estimates are game tools company, game contracting/services company, PR, marketing, and external business service, or game distribution and retail professionals. The report is intended to be a valuable tool for game industry trendwatchers, contractors, service companies, and other entities wanting to acquire accurate information to reach out to the North American game market as a whole.

The 'Game Developer Census 2009' digital download is comprised of the following elements: The .DOC version of the report, which summarizes the contacts in easily readable form and provides totals for game developers per state and Canadian province, and the .XLS Excel spreadsheet version of the report, which allows the individual fields to be sorted, exported and used however the purchaser sees fit.

Sample Data (back to top)

The creators of the survey are also making available available a sample Excel document showing the California companies with names from A to C listed in the report - a small subsection of the final data. In addition, the Excel data can be resorted by any field required, whether it be company size, developer type, or geographical location, making it easy to utilize in many different ways.

Table Of Contents (back to top)


Introduction 4

Methodology 4

US Regional Data 5
- Alabama 5
- Alaska 6
- Arizona 7
- Arkansas 10
- California 11
- Colorado 64
- Connecticut 67
- Delaware 69
- Florida 70
- Georgia 75
- Hawaii 79
- Idaho 80
- Illinois 81
- Indiana 88
- Iowa 89
- Kansas 91
- Kentucky 92
- Louisiana 93
- Maine 94
- Maryland 95
- Massachusetts 99
- Michigan 109
- Minnesota 112
- Mississippi 115
- Missouri 116
- Montana 118
- Nebraska 119
- Nevada 120
- New Hampshire 122
- New Jersey 123
- New Mexico 127
- New York 128
- North Carolina 138
- North Dakota 142
- Ohio 143
- Oklahoma 145
- Oregon 146
- Pennsylvania 150
- Rhode Island 153
- South Carolina 154
- South Dakota 155
- Tennessee 156
- Texas 157
- Utah 174
- Vermont 177
- Virginia 178
- Washington 180
- West Virginia 195
- Wisconsin 196
- Wyoming 198

US Regional Totals 199

Canadian Regional Data 200
- Alberta 200
- British Columbia 203
- Manitoba 214
- New Brunswick 215
- Newfoundland & Labrador 216
- Northwest Territories 217
- Nova Scotia 218
- Nunavut 219
- Ontario 220
- Prince Edward Island 228
- Quebec 229
- Saskatchewan 237
- Yukon 238

Canadian Regional Totals 239

Removed Studios 240

Availability (back to top)

The'Game Developer Census 2009' is now available for paid digital download for a price of US $2,495. Any questions about payment, delivery methods, or further licensing of the data can be directed to Game Developer Research at research@gdmag.com.

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