PUBG Mobile Earnings Crossed $3 Billion Lifetime With 2020 Already Hits $1.3 Billion: Sensor Tower - TECHNOXMART

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PUBG Mobile Earnings Crossed $3 Billion Lifetime With 2020 Already Hits $1.3 Billion: Sensor Tower

Other royal battle bells like Garena Free Fire and Call of Duty: Mobile is over PUBG Mobile towers.
PUBG Mobile Earnings Crossed $3 Billion Lifetime With 2020 Already Hits $1.3 Billion: Sensor Tower

PUBG Mobile, the uber-popular battle royale title from Tencent Games, has seen a massive global revenue gain in the first half of this year, bringing its lifetime collection to $3 billion (roughly Rs. 22,457 crores). PUBG Mobile, along with its Chinese variant known as Game For Peace, has collected a total of $1.3 billion (roughly Rs. 9,731 crores) in 2020 alone. With people staying mostly indoors due to the COVID-19 pandemic and government-imposed lockdowns, the revenues hit a record high of $270 million (roughly Rs. 2,021 crores) in March.

According to Store Intelligence estimates by San Francisco-based Sensor Tower, PUBG Mobile dominated the multiplayer battle royale games arena with revenues nearly four times greater than another hugely popular title, Garena Free Fire. In 2020, while the Garena offering collected over $300 million (roughly Rs. 2,245 crores), Knives Out from NetEase generated over $260 million (roughly Rs. 1,946 crores) in revenue. Following them is Activision's Call of Duty: Mobile that turned in a revenue of $220 million (roughly Rs. 1,646 crores).

Popular worldwide with 734 million downloads, PUBG Mobile saw the greatest number of downloads in India, which ranks at the top with 175 million installs. This makes up 24 percent of the global numbers. China follows in second with 16.7 percent while the US ranks third with 6.4 percent of downloads.

The lion's share of revenue has been generated by China's Game For Peace, collecting close to $1.6 billion (roughly Rs. 11,975 crores) in lifetime player spending on China's App Store. This makes up 52 percent of global collections. The US comes second with nearly 14 percent, while Japan ranks third with 5.6 percent.
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