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Dragalia Lost ends first year having generated $106 million

Posted on September 30, 2019 by (@NE_Brian) in Mobile, News

Dragalia Lost just celebrated its first anniversary a few days ago. The game has been pretty successful for Nintendo, as it’s the company’s third highest grossing mobile game at $106 million in total player spending from 3.2 million downloads. However, August 2019 was its lowest grossing month to date at just over $3 million generated.

Fire Emblem Heroes is Nintendo’s biggest revenue earner on mobile at $618 million. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp follows next at $111 million.

Sensor Tower points out that Dragalia Lost averages $33 in revenue per download. That’s in comparison to Fire Emblem Heroes at $39 and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp at just $3.60.

Japan accounts for 57 percent ($60 million) of player spending in Dragalia Lost. The United States is the next closest at 22 percent ($23 million), which is followed third by Hong Kong at 12 percent ($12.5 million).

Those on iOS have spent $62 million on Dragalia Lost. Android users make up the other $44 million of the total.


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