The most profitable country in the game is Japan, with an income of 540.6 million USD
This week, Fire Emblem Heroes It became the first mobile game Nintendo with more turnover $1 billion. The title had a huge advantage over its closest domestic competitor, Mario Kart Tour.
The game was released on February 2, 2017, currently represents 54.5% from the Japanese developer giant’s mobile revenues. The figure published by Sensor Tower shows the spending related to gamers globally on both the App Store and the Google Play Store.
Apart from the RPG in the first place, more by rotation $1 billiongame Mario Kart Tour (2019) Seen as Nintendo’s second highest-grossing title on mobile devices $282 millionWhat followed Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp (2017)which is in third place 281.6 million USD.
Fill in the list, headings Dragalia Lost (2018)with $168 million, Super Mario Run (2016)with $87 million and Dr. Mario World (2019)with $14 million.
It is worth noting that in terms of DownloadsFire Emblem Heroes ranked fourth on the list, approx 17.8 million machines, which is 2.7% of the total number. In this regard, Super Mario Run appears in the first position, with 310.7 million downloads, which is 47% of the total. In second and third place are Mario Kart Tour with 227.2 million and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp with 65.4 million.
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Revenue by country and service
In the case of individual markets, Japan It is the most profitable in the game. In the country where Nintendo was founded, the title generated $540.6 million, representing 54% of total player spending. The United States and Canada are next, with 32.4% and 3.2% of revenue respectively.
In terms of platforms, the Google Play Store corresponds to 58.3% of global revenue generating revenue. 583.7 million USD. The App Store, which accounts for 41.7% of player spending, has accumulated 417.3 million USD. The services are tied by 50% each in the number of downloads.
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Via: Gamespot Source: Sensor Tower