Publishes “FanStatistical” Video for the Gaming Industry

While AG Labs continues to analyze more than 60 million gaming industry related Twitter statuses, they created this video to summarize 2010 activity in an entertaining format.
May 2, 2011 - PRLog -- is proud to announce their recent  release of a unique video featuring select statistics for the electronic entertainment industry while celebrating and highlighting some important milestones experienced in 2010.  Coining the phrase "FanStatistical", which could be “statistics for fans”, or “fantastic statistical”, seems to embody the early response the video is receiving from the gaming community.

AG Labs, a division of that focuses on research, development, and marketing analytics, produced this video to summarize a year's worth of video game industry consumer trends in a visually entertaining and thought provoking fashion. The video reveals a number of 2010 industry metrics ranging from video game sales, piracy figures, Twitter trends, and major industry headlines from 2010.

"Our research continues to uncover a tremendous amount of interesting and valuable data on the gaming industry", said Gregg Olin, co-founder and President of, "but as interesting as the data is to an analyst or marketer, we wanted to do something special for the gamers, since it is their collective voice that matters. We hope this video provides gamers with a fun way to learn some interesting facts about our industry."

The video is comprised largely of Twitter statistics, gathered by, an AG Labs product powered by the Twitter Streaming API. "AggreTweet has a web front-end that provides gamers a real-time look at gaming trends", Olin continues, "and we developed a suite of proprietary tools that allow us to mine Twitter data a bit more successfully than most.”

"2010 - A Gaming Year In Review" can be found at More information on AggreTweet,  AggreGame, and AG Labs can be found at

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About AG Labs
AG Labs is the market leader in analyzing and interpreting the gaming industry’s Twitter corpus, while utilizing findings and other research to develop proprietary sentiment analysis and forecasting models. Such research and models led to AG Lab’s successful contrarian call of Nintendo’s 2009 Holidays season sales performance exceeding analysts predictions, the early prediction of Activision’s 2010 blockbuster video game title Call of Duty: Black Ops exceeding the previous year’s Modern Warfare 2 sales records, accurately forecasting Sony’s GranTurismo 5’s sales pace, and many other early market insights.

Source:Gregg Olin
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