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Pandemic,Teleworking Improve Iranian Game Developers’ Productivity

A total of 44% of game developers participating in the survey have reported a hike in revenues following the viral outbreak, 36% said their income remained unchanged while 20% recorded a decline
Pandemic,Teleworking Improve Game Developers’ Productivity Pandemic,Teleworking Improve Game Developers’ Productivity

Most remote-working Iranian game developers have reported a surge in productivity, following the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
Digital Games Research Center (DIREC), a subsidiary of Iran Computer and Video Games Foundation, has surveyed 59 game developer teams and companies that are among the frontrunners of the sector. 
The foundation has released the results on its website.
A total of 44% of game developers participating in the survey have reported a hike in revenues following the viral outbreak, 36% said their income has remained unchanged while 20% posted a decline. 
Firms participating in the survey have reported that employees’ efficiency has increased by an average of 66% since they started teleworking.
However, 47% of the teams believe their overall performance has declined, 36% recorded no change while 17% reported an overall improvement in performance.

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