Total market revenue for the quarter was $ 19.3 billion
According to analysts at Sensor Tower, in the second quarter of this year, global spending on mobile games grew by 27%, reaching $ 19.3 billion. The second quarter turned out to be one of the best in recent years in terms of cost growth, due to the situation in the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
iPhone mobile gamers spend more than their Android opponents
During the reporting period, gamers around the world have installed new mobile games more than 15 billion times, which corresponds to annual growth of 45.2%.
The distribution between the App Store and Google Play looks very interesting. If in terms of revenue, the ratio is 60% and 40%, respectively, then in terms of the number of installed games, the Apple platform occupies only 18%.
India leads in the number of new game downloads (2.7 billion), while the US leads in the number of money gamers spend on games ($ 5.6 billion).
As for the games themselves, PUBG Mobile ($ 621 million), Honor of Kings, and Monster Strike are leading in terms of revenue.