On April 21st, Sensor Tower store intelligence data showed that in March 2023, Tencent's Honor of Kings earned $215 million globally on the App Store and Google Play, retaining its position as the best-selling mobile game worldwide. This data does not include third-party Android channels.
On April 13th, "PUBG Mobile" by Tencent regained its position at the top of the chart for overseas revenue growth.
China’s biggest esports company Versus Programming Network (VSPN) announced Friday that the company has completed its acquisition of Chinese production company Banana Gaming & Media.
On June 22, Tencent’s Lightspeed & Quantum Studio announced that it had signed a collaboration deal with Chinese pro golfer Xiang Sui.
Tencent on Wednesday said that it would launch the mobile version of the PC "beat 'em up" action game Dungeon & Fighter in the Chinese market in summer 2020.
Tencent’s battle royale game PUBG Mobile recorded its best month yet in terms of overseas revenue, as lockdown orders continue to be enforced in many countries.
Mobile games created by Chinese developers continued gaining ground in the US market in the first quarter of 2020, with 19 titles making it to the top 100 highest-grossing list.
Without further delay, here are our top 10 picks for Chinese mobile games that are flourishing overseas.
Mobile games “PUBG Mobile” and its Asian market equivalent, “Game for Peace”, have now grossed $1.5 billion in global revenue on both the App Store and Google Play store.
Recently, Gamma Data (CNG), a Chinese research institute specializing in investigation and analysis of the gaming industry, released “2019 Third Quarter Report of China Gaming Industry”.
PUBG Mobile continues to reign as the king of mobile games based on monthly revenue, according to market research firm Sensor Tower.
According to Sensor Tower Store Intelligence estimates, Honor of Kings from Tencent is likely to remain as the top most profitable game globally in the first half of the year.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, a massively popular Chinese mobile game developed by Tencent, was pulled from all app stores on May 9, and promptly replaced by a very similar, yet China-approved, 'Game for Peace'.