PUBG Mobile is one of the top-grossing titles in 2020 where it has generated an average of $7.4 million each day
PUBG Mobile has become one of the highest revenue grossing games in the first half of 2021. If we take a look at the top-grossing game with the highest spendings in-game it is none other than Honor Of Kings. The Honor of Kings is the tops the list of highest-grossing mobile titles globally. It has generated over $1.5 billion in the first half of 2021. Chinese tech giant Tencent continued its reign at the top of the highest-grossing mobile game chart.
PUBG Mobile and other localized versions of the title for China, Game for Peace/Peacekeeper Elite, and recently released beta launched “Battlegrounds Mobile India.” PUBG Mobile has approached $1.5 billion in consumer spending taking it to the No. 2 position. PUBG Mobile is one of the top-grossing titles in 2020 where it has generated an average of $7.4 million each day, crossing the $5 billion mark in March. These figures are inclusive of App Store and Google Play spending only and do not reflect revenue from third-party Android stores in China and elsewhere.
Last year Mobile gaming has seen immense growth in terms of downloads and spending, this all happened because of the covid 19 pandemics where everyone has to sit at home. Global consumer spending in mobile games reached $44.7 billion in the first half of 2021, up 17.9 percent Y/Y. This growth trails that experienced in the year-ago period when consumer spending in mobile titles climbed 25.5 percent to $37.9 billion from about $30.2 billion in 1H19. The App Store experienced $26 billion of in-game spending, up 13.5 percent Y/Y. This is less than half as much growth as it saw in 1H20 when consumer spending climbed 26.5 percent Y/Y to $22.9 billion from $18.1 billion in 1H1