PUBG Mobile amasses record 1 billion downloads

PUBG Mobile amasses record 1 billion downloads

In a statement, Reuters reported that PUBG Mobile has amassed 1 billion downloads outside of China since launching in March 2018, according to developer Tencent.

And, also the data from Sensor Tower Store Intelligence revealed that PUBG Mobile has reached $5.1 billion from lifetime player spending following a banner year for the title as it accumulated $2.7 billion in 2020 alone,

The study further reported that combined with player spending from the Chinese localization of the title, Game For Peace, the game accumulated an average of approximately $704 million in player spending per quarter between Q1 and Q3 2020. In Q4, the title still generated an impressive $555 million, but Q1 2021 looks to be its most lucrative quarter yet, with player spending already hitting $709 million. Overall in 2020, PUBG Mobile generated an average of $7.4 million in spending per day.

Like many mobile games, PUBG Mobile revenue surged last year during the global COVID-19 pandemic, with player spending hitting a record $300 million in March at the height of the first wave of global lockdowns. The title continues to generate significant revenue, accumulating approximately $259 million in January 2021–its third best month ever.


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