PUBG Mobile becomes Highest-grossing Game For July, Free Fire at 9th Position: According to a survey by data analytics service Sensor Tower, Tencent Games’ popular battle royale game PUBG Mobile was the world’s top-grossing mobile game in July 2021, with $299 million in revenue.
PUBG Mobile has reached $1.5 billion in sales in just seven months and is on track to surpass $2 billion by August. In addition, July was the highest-grossing month in gaming history, putting PUBG Mobile on top for the second time.
When compared to June, the increase was 40%, and 26.7 percent when compared to July 2020. The Chinese version of the game accounts for 68.4 percent of the company’s income (Game For Peace). The United States came in second with 6.7 percent of the income, followed by Turkey with 6%. The game also placed eighth on the Google Play Store and was the top-grossing game on the App Store.
With $231.2 million in sales, Tencent’s MOBA game Honor of Kings slid to the second position in worldwide player expenditure. Around 95% of the overall earnings came from China. In September 2020, Genshin was released. It has also shown promising revenue to developers.
In July 2021, Genshin Impact became the third highest-grossing mobile game. In July 2021, Free Fire was ranked ninth among the top-grossing mobile games. Mobile games produced $7.6 billion in player expenditure in July 2021, showing an annual growth rate of 7.2 percent. Gamers from the USA (29%), Japan (19.8%), and China (17.4%) are in the lead in terms of spending. PUBG Mobile revenue
Pokemon GO had a good month as well, bringing in over $150.4 million in gross revenue from players all over the world. This accomplishment was aided by the Pokemon GO festival, which saw a rise of about $21 million on July 17 and 18. Garena Free Fire ranked ninth on the list of top-grossing games in July, which was disappointing for the series given that it had beaten PUBG Mobile in June.