Sensor Tower releases the list of the top-grossing mobile games of November 2021. We now have the data of the top-grossing mobile games in the world. Sensor Tower has released a revenue list for the App Store, Google Play Store, and even an overall one across all platforms. Here are the best-performing mobile games for the month of November 2021.
November’s No. 1 Grossing Mobile Games Worldwide in 2021 👇
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PUBG Mobile from Tencent has emerged as the mobile game that earned the most revenue for November. It topped the on the App Store and Overall revenue lists. Their revenue was $254 million through player in-game purchases. This amount is about 46 percent higher than the revenue statistics of November 2020. More than 66 percent of this revenue came from China. In China, PUBG Mobile has been rebranded into a local game called Game for Peace. The next two main revenue locations for PUBG Mobile were from Turkey and the United States of America. Here the game earned 7.3 and 6.8 percent of its total revenue for November 2021.
PUBG Mobile becomes the top-grossing mobile game in November 2021
The second spot in the Overall revenue list was taken by Genshin Impact from miHoYo. The game is still popular among players due to the new content that the developers have been releasing at regular intervals. Genshin Impact also stands at the 3rd spot and 4th spot on the App Store and Google Play store revenue lists respectively. Its total revenue for November 2021 was $207 million. It is a 47 percent increase in its revenue from November 2020. The game received about 36 percent of its revenue from China, followed by 24 percent of its total revenue had come from Japan.
The next three games on the overall revenue-earning list were Honor of Kings by Tencent, Coin Master from Moon Active, and Lineage W from NCSOFT. The mobile games sector throughout the world earned a total of $7.1 billion from player purchases. It marks a 7 percent increase in revenue from last year’s revenue numbers. These numbers come in from the data provided by App Store, Google Play Store, and other platforms. The United States remains the top mobile games market as it generated 29 percent of the total revenue. Japan follows them at the second spot with a 20 percent revenue generation. China stands in third place with approximately an 18 percent revenue share, mainly because Google Play Store is not available here.
All these data and revenue numbers are from Sensor Tower’s Store Intelligence Platform. It comes with features like Game Intelligence and Game Taxonomy for calculating the performance of games.