Pokemon Masters brought in $75 million in its first year, EX update boosted player spending 4 times over the previous week

The second biggest mobile Pokemon game

With Pokemon Masters making the jump to EX, Sensor Tower thought it was a good time to crunch the numbers and see how much revenue the game has been bringing in. You can find the results of their report below.

- generated $75 million from player spending in its first year
- the second highest grossing Pokémon game on mobile
- Pokémon Masters ranked No. 13 globally for player spending in the Squad RPG subgenre during its first year
- for downloads, it ranked No. 2 globally, just behind RAID: Shadow Legends by Plarium at No. 1
- Japan generated $39.3 million, or 52.7 percent of total revenue
- the U.S. followed in No. 2 with $17.5 million, or 23.5 percent, and Hong Kong ranked No. 3 with $3.2 million, or 4.3 percent
- the App Store accounted for $45.4 million or 61 percent of all revenue, and Google Play generated $29.2 million or 39 percent
- 22.7 million downloads happened in the first year
- the U.S. ranked No. 1 with 4.8 million installs, or 21 percent of the total
- India ranked No. 2 with 3 million, or 13.2 percent, while Japan rounded out the top three with 2.6 million or 11.5 percent
- Google Play accounted for 12.1 million downloads, or 53 percent of total installs, while the App Store accounted for 10.6 million or 47 percent
- in the 7 days following August 27, player spending in the title was 4 times more than seven days prior, totaling $5.4 million

Categories: Mobile
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