Mobile game spending reaches topped $7 billion in November

Anne Freer | December 15, 2021

App Business

The global mobile game market is estimated to have reached $7.1 billion in player spending in November 2021, a rise of 7% over November the previous year. So which games were the most popular ones?

PUBG from Tencent was the highest grossing mobile game in November 2021, according to the latest data from SensorTower.

The game saw player spending rocket to $254 million a rise of 46% from the previous year.

The majority of PUBG’s revenues are coming from China (66%), followed by Turkey (7.3%) and the US (6.8%).

Genshin Impact by miHoYo was the second highest grossing mobil game with $207 million in revenues, a 47% rise over 2020.

Coin Master generated revenues of around $125 million worldwide, a rise of 4%, making it the game’s best month to date.

Global game spending was led by the US, which contributed $2 billion or 29% to total player spending, followed by Japan at 20% and China at 18%.

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