Call of Duty: Mobile has exceeded 250 million (25 million) downloads worldwide, the sensor tower estimates revealed on Monday. The figures include all international versions of mobile games on both the App Store and Google Play. Censor Tower also notes that Call of Duty: Mobile has been very popular in the US and India since its launch in October last year – the two regions where the game was most downloaded. The US itself contributes about 18 per cent of all established.
Sensor tower in one Tweet Also stated that for the same period, PUBG Mobile Over 236 million (23.6 million) downloads Fortnite Viewed over 78 (7.8 Crore) downloads Apple App Store And Google play. Call of duty: mobile It is the most downloaded in the US, followed by India and Brazil.
Apart Report good It is further claimed by the sensor tower that Call of Duty: Mobile has generated $ 327 million (about Rs 2,470 crore) in player spending globally. The report says that this is 78 percent more than the amount deposited by PUBG Mobile worldwide for the same period. The report further states that most of the player spent in the US, generating $ 134 million (about Rs 1,040 crore), while Japan comes in second place for revenue and Brazil leads.
The rise in the game’s userbase in several countries over the last four months is attributed to the novel Coronovirus Lockdown. “The game is also one of many that have seen a steady increase in revenue amid the global COVID-19 epidemic. Call of Duty: Mobile seems to be on a track for the first year, with players spending on steady growth.” Report note.
Call of Duty: Mobile developed by Activision with the support of Tencent Was Launched On 1 October last year. There were about 172 million (17.2 million) in mobile games download In the first two months of launch.
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