Monday, February 12, 2018

Mobile Games

When it comes to worldwide revenue in mobile games,
Chinese and Japanese companies are starting to dominate
the charts, according to measurement firm Sensor Tower.

Sony has a big hit on its hands with the role-playing game
Fate/Grand Order, which took the top position from Mixi’s
big hit Monster Strike. While the two Japanese companies
slug it out, Tencent’s Honor of Kings held the No. 3 position.

Candy Crush Saga from King and Clash Royale from
Supercell were the only Western games in the top 10, while
Asian companies held eight of the top 10. NCSoft’s Lineage
M reached No. 1 on Google Play, thanks to its huge popularity
in South Korea.

Tencent’s mobile racing title QQ Speed debuted on the chart
after launching in late December, hitting No. 5 overall and No.
3 on iOS.

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