Canada: video game employment share 2017, by company size

This statistic shows the distribution of video game industry employment in Canada as of June 2017, broken down by company size. In 2017, the majority of employment was in very large firms, while 25 percent was in small sized firms.

Distribution of video game employment in Canada as of June 2017, by company size

Share of employment
Micro (less than 4 employees) 3%
Small (5-25 employees) 25%
Medium (26-59 employees) 6%
Large (60-99 employees) 4%
Very large (more than 100 employees)62%
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Sources

Release date

September 2017

Region

Canada

Survey time period

April to June 2017

Number of respondents

596 respondents

Age group

Special properties

active video game companies; question n = 69

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

The source defines a video game company as: "a company directly involved in the development and/or sale of video game products; and/or the provision of services directly related to the development and sale of video game products.”

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