Mobile Games Where The Most Money is Spent

Sensor Tower has announced its list of the most money-spent mobile games of January. Turkey, on the other hand, is not surprised about spending again.

The fruits of the radical change experienced in the smartphone sector since 2010 have finally started to be collected. In this context, while there has been a huge growth in the mobile world, the phones that have become smarter every day have become one of the biggest indispensable ones of our daily lives. As such, mobile games have started to get in the way of PC and console productions.

The mobile games where the most money was spent were announced

Sensor Tower, which is considered one of the most powerful tools in the analysis of the mobile industry, recently announced the most money-spent mobile games of January. Last month’s champion was PUBG: Mobile, which put $ 237 million in its vault. The country that spent the most money on the game was China with 64 percent, the second place was taken by the United States with 8 percent and the third place was taken by Turkey with 7 percent.

The second most-spent game in January was Honor of Kings, again developed by Tencent Games, with a gross of $ 233 million. China was the first country to spend the most money on construction with 96 percent, and Taiwan was the second country with 2 percent.

Sunday January 2022, the global mobile gaming market generated a total of $7.4 billion from the App Store and Google Play Store platforms. Compared to the same period last year, it fell by 7 percent. At the same time, the country that spent the most money on mobile games in January 2022 was the United States, which accounted for 28 percent of total spending with $ 2.1 billion. Japan was in second place with 19.3 percent, while China, where the Google Play Store is inactive, was in third place with 17.8 percent.

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