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Nintendo’s mobile games have earned $1 billion in lifetime player spending

Posted on January 28, 2020 by (@NE_Brian) in Mobile, News

According to a Sensor Tower report, Nintendo games on mobile have generated over $1 billion in lifetime revenue from global player spending on the App Store and Google Play. Total downloads are also at 452 million worldwide.

Fire Emblem Heroes accounts for $656 million of the total, or 61 percent. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp comes in second with 12 percent followed by Dragalia Lost in third at 11 percent. Mario games round things out with Mario Kart Tour at 8 percent, Super Mario Run at 7 percent, and Dr. Mario World at 1 percent.

Japan represents $581 million of the revenue, or 54 percent. The United States makes up $316 million, or 29 percent. It’s only with Mario Kart Tour and Super Mario Run in which spending skews more towards the U.S.

Finally, as far as downloads go, Super Mario Run ranks first at 244 million. Mario Kart Tour is at 147 million. Interestingly, Fire Emblem Heroes accounts for 4 percent of total downloads.

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