Analysts from Sensor Tower have published a report on the highest-grossing mobile project of last month. PUBG Mobile from Tencent earned the most in July with revenue of $208 million. Also in the overall top was a project from Playrix.The Sensor Tower report is based on data from the App Store and Google Play in the world, excluding revenue from third-party Android stores.
The final figures are based on the total amount of money spent by users in a particular game.
- revenue from PUBG Mobile increased by 10.8% compared to last year’s figures for July. This was largely facilitated by the Chinese version of the project, which is distributed in the country under the name Game For Peace. It accounted for 56.6% of revenues, while revenue from players from the United States amounted to 5.6%;Honor of Kings, which is also published by Tencent, dropped to second place with revenue of $192 million (an increase of 34.8% compared to last year).
- At the same time, 94% of the revenue came from China;Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle took seventh place, bringing the publisher Bandai Namco $87.6 million for the month.
- This is the best result of the title since February 2019, and the growth was influenced by major in-game events, including those related to the fifth anniversary of the project;the mobile version of the popular MMORPG Lineage rose to the ninth line and showed the best revenue since 2018.
- In July, the project earned $ 75.8 million, and in total the game brought the publisher NCSOFT almost $ 3 billion. This success is due to the huge popularity of Lineage in South Korea.Below you can find the full chart of the highest-grossing mobile projects in July.
It shows that Fortnite’s revenue in the App Store fell last month. At the same time, the game is still not officially presented in China, and therefore is not in the top of the most profitable Google Play projects.
Homescapes game from the Russian studio Playrix rose to the tenth place in the overall chart. Revenue growth was also shown by projects such as Pokémon Go and the Japanese role-playing game Fate/Grand Order from Aniplex publishing.
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