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“TechCrunch” : Report: Pokémon Go has now crossed $1 billion in revenue

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Pokémon Go was 2016’s rocket ship — it broke download records and it raced to $500 million in revenue quicker than any app in history.
Sensor Tower drilled the point home via a chart comparing Pokémon Go revenue to that of another top mobile game — Clash Royale from SuperCell.
Pokémon Go did $1 billion in just over six months, and without a launch in China, the world largest smartphone market.
SuperCell is renowned for producing high grossing and addictive games, yet Pokémon Go leaves it trailing in its wake.
To give the record some context, a recent App Annie report estimated that iOS and Android developers earned around $35 billion combined last year.

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Pokémon GO surpasses $1 billion in worldwide gross revenue

Pokémon GO surpasses $1 billion in worldwide gross revenue

In its first seven months, it grossed approximately $550 million worldwide according to our Store Intelligence estimates.
In case you were wondering if Pokémon GO was still an absolute juggernaut in the world of mobile gaming.
Just over seven months after it’s release last July, Pokémon Go has surpassed $1 billion in worldwide gross revenue, according to data collected from both the Google Play and iOS App Store and reported by Sensor Tower in their latest blog post.
Since the game is a free download from its respective app stores, that means that number comes strictly from players invested their own cash into in-game purchases.
This is an absolutely incredible achievement for the developers at Niantic.

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Pokémon Go reportedly has brought in $1 billion in less than 7 months

Pokémon Go reportedly has brought in $1 billion in less than 7 months

See also: How to make Pokestops in pokemon GoAccording to the research firm Sensor Tower, Pokémon Go managed to reach that big revenue number faster than Supercell’s Clash Royale.
The company claims that game, which launched on March 2016, generated $550 million worldwide in its first seven months.
The same research firm said a few weeks ago that Pokémon Go was the fifth highest earning mobile game in 2016, while Clash Royale came in sixth.
Monster Strike was number one, followed by Clash of Clans, Game of War and Mobile Strike.
The firm adds that Niantic Labs could continue to keep that money flowing from Pokémon Go and its fans if it keeps the game updated regularly with new events and content.

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