According to analytics from Sensor Tower, Call of Duty: Mobile has brought in $480 million from mobile gamers in less than 365 days. In comparison, Sensor Tower showed that Call of Duty: Mobile is nearing Fortnite numbers on the mobile gaming market.
Call of Duty: Mobile has apparently been downloaded 270 million times, with 148 million joining the game in the first month. Call of Duty: Mobile is available on iOS and Android right now.
Activision partnered with Tencent’s Timi Studios to release Call of Duty: Mobile and that move seems to have successfully paid off. Tencent has previous experience as being behind PUBG Mobile, which topped the charts ahead of Call of Duty: Mobile and Fortnite during the same one-year period.
Of the $480 million spent by Call of Duty: Mobile gamers, a whopping $215 million came solely from the United States market, showing how popular the Call of Duty franchise continues to be in the West.
Revenue for Call of Duty: Mobile apparently peaked in Q2 2020, with mobile gamers spending nearly doubled quarter-over-quarter. These figures line up with the height of the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns, hinting that mobile gaming blossomed during the worst days of the ongoing pandemic.