CHICAGO -- Revenues from interactive entertainment products -- including video games and compact disc products for personal computers -- will double by 1998, said a speaker at the Video Software Dealers Association's first Videogame and New Technology Conference here recently. Interactive hardware and software is a $12.2 billion business today and it will grow to $24.9 billion by 1998, said Patrick Ferrell, president of Infotainment World, San Mateo, Calif., a research and publishing ...
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