Call of Duty: Mobile spending reaches $480m in first year

Sensor Tower: Title has seen almost 270 million total downloads so far

Call of Duty: Mobile has seen an estimated $480 million in total revenue in its first year.

Sensor Tower estimates that revenue for Activision and TiMi Studios' mobile offering peaked in Q2 2020, coinciding with the height of COVID-19-related lockdowns.

$215 million of that revenue is estimated to have come from the US market, compared to $239 million over the same period from Fortnite on mobile (not including sales on Android outside of Google Play) and $274 million from PUBG Mobile.

The game has seen nearly 270 million downloads to date, reaching 148 million in its first month alone.

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