Top 20 mobile games by revenue in July

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  1. SocialPeta

    SocialPeta New Member

    Dec 15, 2021
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    图片4.png First, let's check the revenue of global mobile games in July. Uma Musume Pretty Derby's Japanese version and South Korean version were among the Top 20 games by revenue on Google Play. With the powerful support card Kitasan Black available online, Uma Musume Pretty Derby replaced the [Lineage] series to top the Google Play revenue chart in South Korea.

    Except for the outstanding revenue of its South Korean version, Uma Musume Pretty Derby's Japanese version also released many events, including its official release on 20 July through collaborating with [StarHorse 4], a Sega horse racing arcade game, and the release of the preview of its collaboration with [The Idolmaster] a week later. Seen from its collaborations, Uma Musume Pretty Derby generated better revenue through working with game companies that are highly related to the game and highly popular, with a revenue growth of 57.5% month-on-month on the App Store to climb 11 spots up the revenue chart.

    [Knives Out] also had frequent collaborations in the summer by working with the world-famous Japanese IPs "One Piece", "EVA", and "Sword Art Online" in July. Because of the three collaborations, [Knives Out]'s revenue in July bounced to its usual level from its slumping revenue since January 2022, up 68.1% month-on-month on the App Store.

    In addition to the above 2 games, there were many other games with outstanding revenue:

    Before its 7th anniversary in August, [Fate/Grand Order] started its anniversary countdown event on 21 July. Two days after the event was updated, [Fate/Grand Order] jumped from the ranking of 400 to 84 on the iOS free chart. And [Fate/Grand Order] has reached a revenue peak on Google Play since September 2021.

    [Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle], a card mobile game developed based on the Dragon Ball anime franchise by Bandai Namco Entertainment, was also ranked among the top 20 on the Google Play revenue chart, thanks to its 7th-anniversary events.

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