PUBG Mobile players have installed the game more than 1.1 billion times and have spent over $5.2 million per day on average.
Tencent's PUBG Mobile has generated $9 billion in lifetime consumer spending across App Store and Google Play, new Sensor Tower data reveals.
The firm's analysts add that the number of downloads of the battle royale has exceeded 1.1 billion, with players spending an average of $5.2 million on the game per day.
While the results are pretty impressive, Sensor Tower notes that PUBG Mobile's performance has dipped lately. In the first three quarters of 2022, the game's downloads fell to 104.4 million and consumer spending was $1.6 billion – both metrics were down 27% from the same period a year earlier (compared to 142 million and $2.2 billion respectively).
The second-leading mobile title that also recently hit a new revenue milestone was miHoYo's Gnshin Impact which has reached $4 billion in consumer spending since its release. Between the first and the third quarter of 2022, the game generated $1.4 billion and saw 37.3 million installs.
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