Activision Blizzard has reached a new milestone in the mobile space. According to Sensor Tower, Call of Duty: Mobile has surpassed $1.5 billion in player spending since its launch in October 2019.
Key takeaways from the report
- The US accounted for 43% ($647 million) of CoD: Mobile’s total revenue, followed by Japan and South Korea.
- 2021 was the game’s best year to date, with its revenue rising by 45% year-over-year.
- The shooter’s launch in China in December 2020 became one of the main drivers of this growth. Last year, CoD: Mobile generated $104.5 million on the country’s App Store.
- In 2021, the game became the 14th highest-grossing mobile title on iOS and Android, also ranking as the third mobile shooter by player spending (behind Free Fire and PUBG Mobile).
Call of Duty: Mobile generated $480 million and more than 300 million downloads in its first year since launch.