The release of Dungeon & Fighter Mobile in China has been extraordinarily successful. According to Bloomberg, citing data from Sensor Tower, the Chinese version of the game earned over $270 million in the first 30 days. And this income is only from the App Store — the figure should be even higher when considering Android stores.

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In light of such success, Dungeon & Fighter Mobile topped the list of the highest-grossing games in the Chinese App Store in the debut month. It also took first place in the top downloaded games, but the number of downloads for Dungeon & Fighter Mobile is not reported.

Dungeon & Fighter Mobile started far more successfully than the hit game Honor of Kings did in its time. Analysts estimate that Honor of Kings generated about $130 million in the Chinese App Store in the first month. Dungeon & Fighter Mobile earned the same amount in less than a week.

After studying the Sensor Tower report, Niko Partners analysts revised the annual forecast for Dungeon & Fighter Mobile. Previously, they expected the game to earn $1 billion in China by the end of the first year. Now, they predict earnings between $2.1 and $2.5 billion.