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Superdata: PUBG sells 4.7m digital units year-to-date

Fortnite still leader in digital earnings on console last month, though revenue remains down YOY

Fortnite continues to lead digital spending on consoles, seeing revenue increases from April to May but with spending down 38% year-over-year.

SuperData's monthly report shows FIFA 19 just behind Fortnite on console, with Ultimate Team revenue declining year-over-year. The analyst predicts that FIFA in-game spending reached $93 million across both console and PC last month.

FIFA 19 is followed by Mortal Kombat 11 on console, an unsurprising ranking given that the game is now the best-selling software title in the US for 2019. It overtook Kingdom Hearts III for that spot (which includes physical sales) just this month.

The remainder of the chart remains fairly steady from previous months. Though PUBG is nowhere to be found in the top 10 on either PC, console, or mobile, SuperData estimates its console and PC editions have sold 4.7 million digital units year-to-date.

Image Credit: SuperData

Image Credit: SuperData

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