The mobile games markets in Malaysia and Singapore have shown rapid growth in recent years, with revenues rising by a combined $135 million.
A new Asia Spotlight report from Niko Partners shows that mobile games revenues rose by approximately $100 million between Malaysia from 2017 to 2019.
Similarly, Singapore's mobile revenues rose by around $35 million during the same period.
By comparison, gaming revenues on PC -- which has historically dominated both markets -- grew by $35 million and $5 million respectively.
This is partly driven by the growth of mobile esports -- particularly in Singapore, where four of the five highest-grossing mobile games for 2019 were esports titles.
The top performing title in both countries was popular MOBA Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, developed by Chinese studio Moontoon. The game generated $20.9 million in Malaysia throughout 2019, and $12.5 million in Singapore.