Sensor Tower, a games marketing and mobile app intelligence firm, released its April ranking list on Friday for overseas app downloads and revenue of Chinese mobile games.
According to the firm’s latest data, “Genshin Impact” ranked first on April’s revenue list for Chinese mobile games currently operating overseas, followed by “PUBG Mobile” and “State of Survival.”
Specifically, “State of Survival,” a doomsday simulated life game (SLG) owned by FunPlus International, increased its revenue by 18% in April on the basis of a 13% month-on-month increase in March, rising to third place overall.
Shanghai-based Moonton’s game “Mobile Legends: Bang Bang” ushered in the “515 e-Party,” the game’s most fabulous celebration of the year. During this period, its overseas income increased by 27% month-on-month, and its ranking rose by five places to reach the eighth spot.
Adventure mobile game “Song of the Cloud City” owned by 37Games continued its outstanding performance in the Japanese and South Korean markets, with its overseas revenue ranking rising by three places to reach the eleventh spot.
In terms of downloads, Tencent‘s “PUBG Mobile” received more than 11 million downloads in overseas markets, ranking first again.
Cumulative downloads of “Soccer Super Star” published by Real Freestyle Soccer reached 8.6 million last month, a month-on-month increase of 18.6%, ranking second on the list.
The downloads of Game In Life’s makeup leisure mobile game “Makeup Master: Beauty Salon” increased by 107.6% month-on-month, rising 17 places to rank seventh on the list.
It is also worth mentioning that the overseas revenue of “Call of Duty: Mobile,” jointly launched by Tencent and Activision Blizzard, Inc., increased by 40.9% month-on-month, driven by the third season’s result, ranking first on Sensor Tower’s top grossing list.