Despite being available in only 11 markets, Dragalia Lost is now Nintendo's second highest-grossing mobile game.
According to market intelligence firm Sensor Tower, it has grossed $100 million since launching in September 2018, and boasts player spending of $33 per install.
When the game first launched, it had the highest spend per install of any Nintendo mobile title; it now sits behind Fire Emblem ($38 per install) and well ahead of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp ($3.30 per install).
Of the limited markets where it's available, Dragalia Lost saw the most revenue from Japan, where players have spent more than $58 million, followed by the US which accounts for roughly $21 million.
Hong Kong sees the highest spending per download at $63, followed by Japan at $47, and the US at $17.
Fire Emblem Heroes remains Nintendo's mobile golden child, with over $500 million revenue since launching in February 2017
Meanwhile, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has grossed Ł99 million since launching in October 2017.
Arriving in March 2017, Super Mario Run was Nintendo's first foray into mobile, and has a relatively meagre lifetime revenue of $72 million; Dr. Mario World, which was released earlier this month, grossed $790,000 so far.