Internet-derived sales rose 13.9% year over year in 2013 to account for 60.0% of the UK entertainment retail market, according to data published by the Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA) in March 2014. Dropping 8% from 2012, physical store sales claimed the remaining 40.0%.
Internet-derived sales accounted for around two-thirds of both game and music sales. Though video sales driven by the internet also claimed the majority, they were just 1 percentage point ahead of those from physical stores. Read the rest at eMarketer.