Nintendo’s 2018 Mobile Revenue reaches $348 million

According to the blog, Sensor Tower, Nintendo’s ” four current mobile games (Fire Emblem Heroes, Dragalia Lost, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Super Mario Run) earned a combined total of US $348 million globally in 2018, an increase of 15% compared to 2017.” Fire Emblem Heroes earned the most of the four games, generating $230 million worldwide. Dragalia Lost pulled in $58.4 million, followed by Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp with $48.6 million and Super Mario Run earned $10 million a decline from $31 million the previous year.

In 2019, Nintendo will release Mario Kart Tour during March. Mario Kart Tour is ” expected to feature traditional in-app purchase micro-transactions to fuel its monetization, as opposed to a premium priced one-time IAP to unlock all content. ” Meanwhile, Niantic’s Pokemon GO has proved that it continues to be popular mobile game, increasing revenue 35% over 2017. Pokemon GO earned about $800 million in 2018, bring the lifetime revenue to $2.2 billion.

Sources: Sensor Tower, ANN


Ethan 1/8 ARTFX J Figure with Cyndaquil — Pokemon

For fans of the popular anime and video game by Nintendo, Pokemon, take a look at this kawaii figure of Ethan and his Cyndaquil. This figure captures every detail of Etan from his signature cap and shoulder bag plus his adorable sidekick Cyndaquil. An awesome figure to add to your Pokemon collection. By Kotobukiya.

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