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Nintendo Earns A Whopping $1bn With Mobile Games

Nintendo have earned a whopping $1billion with their mobile games. Image Source/ Bang Showbiz The Japanese multinational video game company impressed with a huge worldwide revenue across iOS and Android for their six mobile games: ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’, ‘Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’, ‘Dragalia Lost’, ‘Mario Kart Tour’, ‘Super Mario Run’ and ‘Dr. Mario World’. SensorTower […]

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Nintendo have earned a whopping $1billion with their mobile games.

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The Japanese multinational video game company impressed with a huge worldwide revenue across iOS and Android for their six mobile games: ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’, ‘Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’, ‘Dragalia Lost’, ‘Mario Kart Tour’, ‘Super Mario Run’ and ‘Dr. Mario World’.

SensorTower reports that the six games have amassed an impressive 452 million downloads across the world, with $656 million, 61 per cent, of the venue coming from the tactical role-playing game, ‘Fire Emblem Heroes’.

‘Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’ took in 12 per cent of all revenue whilst ‘Dragalia Lost’ followed closely behind at 11 per cent.

‘Mario Kart Tour’ and ‘Super Mario Run’ surprisingly were much lower down the list with eight and seven per cent respectively, with Dr. Mario World coming in last with less than one per cent of all spending.

Most of the spend came from Japan, over half at 54 per cent and equating to $581 million whilst the United States was in second place on the list, with a spend of $316 million, equating to 29 per cent.