“Call of Duty Mobile” Libas PUBG and “Fortnite” in a Week
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Last week, Activision and Chinese company Tencent released the mobile version of the Call of Duty franchise globally.
Now, in just one week, the game called Call of Duty Mobile has been downloaded more than 100 million times. The figure is the estimated result of a mobile app market research firm, SensorTower.
Through its official blog, SensorTower claims that Call of Duty Mobile is the first smartphone game to reach 100 million downloads in the fastest time, within one week of being launched globally.
The game in second place after Call of Duty Mobile, in terms of the most downloads in the first week, is the Mario Kart Tour which has been downloaded 90 million times in the same period.
While similar games, such as PUBG Mobile and Fortnite, total downloads in the first week are very far behind Call of Duty Mobile. PUBG Mobile was downloaded 28 million times and Fortnite was downloaded 22.5 million times within one week after officially launching. IOS the most Of the hundreds of millions of these numbers, IOS users contribute the most to the total downloads, the number reached 56.9 million downloads.
While the download number for Android devices reaches 45.3 million times. When viewed nationally, Call of Duty Mobile is the most downloaded in the US with a total of 17.3 million downloads. Second place in India with 13.7 million downloads, and Brazil with 7.1 million downloads.
It should be noted, as compiled KompasTekno from TheVerge, Thursday (10/10/2019), that number does not include Call of Duty Mobile players in China.
In the Bamboo Curtain country, Call of Duty Mobile itself has not yet launched, although Activision has collaborated with the Chinese game company (Tencent). On the other hand, in terms of revenue, Call of Duty Mobile earned 17.7 million US dollars in one week.
The figure came from 9.1 million US App Store users, while Android users contributed 8.3 million US dollars to revenue.
Regionally, again the US contributed the most money to Call of Duty Mobile with 7.6 million US dollars, followed by Japan with 2.4 million US dollars, and Brazil with revenues of 840,000 US dollars in the first week.