Sensor Tower, a mobile data analytical firm, has released their latest report looking at the stats of Call of Duty: Mobile, which launched on October 1, 2019.
Sensor Tower has revealed that Call of Duty: Mobile has reached over 148 million downloads across both Apple App Store and Google Play Store in its firth month, making it the most successful mobile title to release recently, beating out the mobile versions of Fortnite and PUBG’s first month numbers.
Call of Duty: Mobile delivered an incredibly strong first month performance, amassing an estimated 148 million downloads, according to Sensor Tower Store Intelligence estimates. This makes the Tencent-developed shooter based on Activision’s blockbuster property the second most successful mobile game launch of all time in terms of first-month downloads, stripping the also recently released Mario Kart Tour of its short-lived time in the No. 2 position.
Sensor Tower also has revealed that the Call of Duty: Mobile has generated $53.1 million in revenue in its first month, nearly doubling the Fortnite’s mobile revenue’s first month. The US is the highest spending revenue for Call of Duty: Mobile.
In terms of revenue, Call of Duty: Mobile grossed $53.9 million, reaching a single-day high of $3.1 million spent by players on October 5. The United States was again the leader in this metric, with $22.8 million, or 16 percent of the total, spent within the first month; Japan came in second with $7 million, or 4 percent.
Call of Duty: Mobile is free to play on iOS and Android and available worldwide.
SOURCE: Sensor Tower
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