Investment in the Virtual Goods Market Triples in Size Over 2008 Figures

We kicked off 2010 with our report on how the virtual goods market – the virtual farm seeds and dragon-slaying armor you buy with real currency – could hit $5 billion in just under five years. But how has the virtual goods market grown over the past year, and is it an indicator of future trends?

Pixels and Policy takes a look at how the market for swords, armor and Farmville equipment exploded over 2008 and 2009, and why 2010 looks great for the continued expansion of virtual commerce.

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