PUBG Mobile, Game For Peace Revenue Crosses $4.8 Million a Day: Sensor Tower
The two versions combined to generate an estimated $146 million in player spending during the month of May, Sensor Tower said.
China’s Internet powerhouse Tencent’s revenue from PUBG Mobile and its new version, Game For Peace, crossed $4.8 million (roughly Rs. 33 crores) a day in May, becoming the worlds top-grossing mobile app, according to a new report from mobile app intelligence firm Sensor Tower.
The two versions combined to generate an estimated $146 million in player spending during the month of May, about 126 percent more than the nearly $65 million PUBG Mobile alone grossed in April, according to the estimate which excluded Android revenue from China.
Of the total revenue in May from PUBG Mobile, Game For Peace, nearly $101 million came from Apple’s store and $45.3 million from Google’s platform.
Added together, the revenue from both versions of PUBG Mobile took in about 17 per cent more than the nearly $125 million made by second-place Honor of Kings, also from Tencent, Randy Nelson, Head of Mobile Insights, Sensor Tower wrote in a blog post, adding that the estimate excluded Android revenue from China.
“App Store and Google Play users worldwide spent an average of $4.8 million per day last month between both PUBG Mobile versions,” Nelson wrote.
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