It’s been a week since the Call of Duty Mobile game was launched on iOS and Android platforms. Now, a report by Sensor Tower reveals that it has reached 100 million downloads worldwide in its first week of availability. It has gone ahead of some heavyweight games such as Fortnite and PUBG Mobile, which were downloaded 22.5 million and 28 million times in their first week of launch. It even surpassed big mobile game Mario Kart Tour which was downloaded 90 million times in its first week.[wpinsertshortcodead id=”bzyqm5d3e04029f48f”]
Tencent’s Timi Studio developed Call of Duty Mobile in partnership with Activision. It was mostly downloaded on iOS with 56.9 million downloads (55.7%), whereas in Android, it has 45.3 million installs (44.3%). The countries with most downloads are the United States with 17.3 million or 16.9% of total downloads, India with 13.7 million downloads (13.4%), and Brazil with 7.1 million downloads (7%).
In its first week, the game has player spending of $17.7 million in total at an average of $0.17 per download. Players in the US are the biggest spenders of the game with $7.6 million, which is 43.1% of overall gross. Japan is at second-highest spender with $2.4 million, and Brazil is at third with $848,000.
Moreover, Call of Duty Mobile even beat its competitors Fortnite and PUBG Mobile in its first week’s gross income. Fortnite generated around $2.3 million from App Store in the first week. Initially, PUBG Mobile didn’t monetize in the first two months; later, they earned $600,000 in their first week of monetization.
Source: Sensor Tower