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PUBG Mobile emerges as the world’s most downloaded mobile game for November 2021, Telecom News, ET Telecom

Tencent’s PUBG Mobile was the top-grossing mobile game in the world in November 2021 with nearly $ 254 million in player spend, which is almost 46% growth from November 2020.

About 66% of PUBG Mobile’s revenue came from China, where it was located as Game For Peace, followed by 7.3% from Turkey and 6.8% from the United States, Sensor Tower reports.

MiHoYo’s Genshin Impact was the second highest grossing mobile game in the world for November 2021 with nearly $ 207 million in gross revenue, representing roughly 47% year-over-year growth from November 2020.

About 36% of Genshin Impact’s revenue came from China, followed by 24% from Japan.

The next highest-grossing game was Tencent’s Honor of Kings, followed by Moon Active’s Coin Master and NCSOFT’s Lineage W.

The global mobile games market generated around $ 7.1 billion in player spending on the App Store and Google Play in November 2021, an increase of 7% year-over-year.

The number one global revenue market in November 2021 was the United States, which generated around $ 2 billion, or nearly 29% of total gamer spend globally. Japan ranked second for revenue at 20%, followed by China, where Google Play is not available, at nearly 18%.

Coin Master had its best November, generating around $ 125 million globally, a 4% year-over-year increase.

The title’s best earning day last month was November 26, coinciding with Black Friday and Thanksgiving weekend, when it racked up around $ 7.5 million. During this period, Coin Master offered players the opportunity to get currency and free spins, as well as a special Cyber ​​Season event.

In India, PUBG Mobile and many other apps are banned under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act because they were involved in activities that undermine the sovereignty and integrity of the country.