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Pokemon GO surpasses $3.6 billion in global player spending as game reaches fourth anniversary

Posted on July 6, 2020 by (@NE_Brian) in Mobile, News

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Pokemon GO just reached its fourth anniversary having originally released on July 6, 2016. Since then, the mobile game has gone on to earn $3.6 billion in global player spending.

Here are some other notable points, courtesy of Sensor Tower:

– 2019 was a record year for player spending at $905 million
– Its previous best year was 2016 with an estimated $832.5 million in just six months
– U.S. has generated close to $1.3 billion (35.4 percent)
– Japan is second, followed by Germany
– $1.9 billion from Google Play (53.6 percent)
– $1.7 billion from App Store (46.4 percent)
– 576.7 million unique downloads worldwide
– U.S. installs are at 105.2 million (18.2 percent)
– Brazil is second with installs at 63 million downloads, followed by Mexico at #3 with 36 million
– Google Play downloads at 450 million (78.3 percent)
– App Store accounts for 125.4 million (21.7 percent)
– Pokemon GO has generated $445.3 million in the first half of 2020, putting it on course to match or even exceed the record spending it saw in 2019

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