Since its launch in late 2019, Call of Duty: Mobile has amassed more than 600 million downloads across Android and iOS and for its newest achievement, and Tencent and Activation have earned over $1 billion from the game.
Activision’s annual report showed that Call of Duty: Mobile’s annual consumer spending was actually “well above” $1 billion last year. AppMagic – the source used for the figures in the report – based its data on developer payout and does not include the 30% cut from mobile platforms.
As far as spending goes, players in the US have spent more than half a billion ($554 million) on CoD: Mobile with Japan coming second with $138 million. Players in Germany have spent $32 million, another $30 million from Brazil while the UK has spent $27 million so far on the game.
During Activision’s 2021 annual report, it was revealed that Call of Duty: Mobile has amassed more than 650 million downloads, adding that last year’s monthly number of active players on mobile almost matched that of console and PC as well.
Despite the launch of new competitive titles like PUBG New State and Apex Legends, Call of Duty: Mobile continues to dominate the battle royale genre on mobile and with Call of Duty: Warzone Mobile around the corner, the franchise’s fan base on mobile seems certain to increase significantly.