Chinese technology giant Tencent said on Thursday that its mobile action game PUBG Mobile has more than 1 billion downloads outside of China, making it one of the most successful games in the world.
Since the launch of the so-called Battle Royale style game three years ago, the mobile version of PUBG is a mobile version of Playerunknown’s battlefield, in which a group of players fight each other until only one combatant survives.
According to the latest download data from the data analysis company Sensor Tower, it only lags behind Kiloo Games’ Subway Surfers and King Digital Entertainment’s Candy Crush Saga, both of which are casual games, relatively easy to play, and attract a wide audience.
Daniel Ahmad, an analyst at Niko Partners, said: “PUBG Mobile has 1 billion downloads, which shows that the core game (in this case, the AAA Battle Royale title based on the PC IP of the same name) can be The mobile sector has reached the same scale. In terms of revenue, Tencent, the world’s largest video game company, has won another battle royale title in China, called “Peacekeeping Elite.” When this announcement was announced, Tencent announced its first Online game revenue grew by 29% in the fourth quarter, thanks to the surge in paying users of video games in China and the international market.
Its two popular games “Honor of Kings” and “PUBG Mobile” continued to be among the best in China and internationally in the same quarter.
Tencent stated that its goal is to source half of its gaming revenue from overseas.
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