The fame of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds remains almost intact. While the success of Fortnite and Epic Games seemed to have undermined the community of players of the battle royale of Bluehole and PUBG Corp, it seems that the new great update of the title and the addition of new maps such as Vivendi has returned the interest in the game in platforms like Steam.
The mobile version of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, PUBG Mobile, had recently reached 200 million players, according to sources of the company said this week to The Verge. In addition, the number of daily active users oscillates around thirty million.
These figures are especially interesting because the latest known data from Fortnite Battle Royale – the main competitor of PUBG for the battle royale market – also pointed to two hundred million users. Although this figure dates from the end of November, it does not seem likely that it has increased significantly in these weeks.
Now a report as per mobile app analytics firm Sensor Tower claims that PUBG Mobile made a whopping $32.5 million worldwide in November, the game’s highest total revenue for a single month yet, which alone was a 44% increase from that of October.
Just from the United States, the game earned about 22% or $7.1 million of the total revenue. Meanwhile, Japanese players spent around $6.4 million for it. It has been estimated that PUBG Mobile players earned about $1.1 million a day on average.