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Marvel Strike Force brings in over $25 million since launch

Turn-based mobile RPG accumulates 10 million installs over four months

FoxNext Games' Marvel Strike Force is enjoying a successful launch and post-launch period. In the four months since the game released, it has brought in $25 million in worldwide player spending.

In additional, the game has been installed almost 10 million times globally, according to an estimate from Sensor Tower Store Intelligence.

The majority (60%) of the $25 million in spending came from the United States, followed by Great Britain's far smaller 6%. Google Play users accounted for 54% of the revenue, with the App Store covering the remaining 46%.

Marvel Strike Force was ranked #42 for the US and #108 globally for the month of June in terms of total revenue.

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