PUBG Mobile has achieved another success milestone as SensorTower reports that the game has now reached over $3.5 billion revenue from microtransactions since it was released in March 2017.
The game is still steadily growing since its lifetime revenue back in July was just $3 billion. The game only needed just a few months to add $500 million which when estimated works at about $7 million per day.
For this year alone, PUBG Mobile has attained over $1.8 billion in microtransaction allocation alone. This estimate for the game covers both the core PUBG Mobile and its Chinese version called Game For Peace.
PUBG Mobile’s biggest market today is China, where its players have cooperatively spent over $1.9 billion on the game since it was first released – and this is for iOS players alone. The United States is PUBG Mobile’s second-biggest market with Japan just following close behind at third.
Talking about platforms, PUBG Mobile’s iOS version has tallied 80% of microtransaction sales based on SensorTower’s study. Meanwhile, PUBG Mobile has also achieved another milestone in terms of reach. The game now has over 770 million downloads across the world on all available platforms. PUBG Mobile has registered at least 198 million downloads for 2020 alone.
Fans who want to know more about PUBG Mobile’s download and sales figures can view SensorTower’s full report here.