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Thursday, September 10, 2020

Pubg Banned, PUBG Mobile generates $500 million in last 72 days despite banned in India

  • In 2020, PUBG Mobile generated over 1.6 billion USD in revenue.
  • PUBG Mobile has generated nearly to 500 million USD in the last 72 days from player in game spending.
Pubg Banned, PUBG Mobile generates $500 million in last 72 days despite banned in India
Pubg Banned, PUBG Mobile generates $500 million in last 72 days despite banned in India Source: SensorTower

PUBG Mobile is one among the foremost popular mobile games across the world . Since its inception in 2018, the Esport has been blowing up charts in terms of download numbers, revenue, user base, and year-over-year growth.

According to a recent report published by Sensor Tower, PUBG Mobile has generated near to 500 million USD within the last 72 days from player spending, and has surpassed 3.5 billion USD revenue since its launch in 2018.

In 2020, PUBG Mobile generated 1.6 billion USD in revenue, which is quite fourfold the second-ranked battle royale game, Garena Free Fire's 395 million USD and around sixfold of another famous battle royale, Call of Duty Mobile, which generated 277 million USD in revenue.

China leads the earning

The data from Sensor Tower also showed that China leads the market in player spending with 1.9 billion USD or 53% of the entire revenue. In China, to go with government regulations, the Esport is re branded as 'Game for Peace'.

The US ranks at the 2nd place with 13.6%, at around 450 million USD in revenue, followed by Japan with 5.5%. The Apple App Store leads the player spending with 80% of all revenue generated.

India leads the downloads

According to Sensor Tower, PUBG Mobile has quite 770 million downloads till date, during which India leads with 185.5 Million or 24% of total downloads, followed by China with 16.4%.

The US is third with 6.3% of downloads. 65.3% of the downloads came from the Google Play Store, and therefore the rest from the Apple App Store.

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