A Sensor Tower report recently gave data on Nintendo’s mobile performance. Nintendo’s mobile games generated a grand total of $1 billion in lifetime revenue from global player spending on the App Store and Google Play. (Note: This discludes Pokémon GO)
Fire Emblem: Heroes counts for $656 million of the total, which is over 50%. This follows along with Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp and Draglia Lost hitting over $100M ($131M and $123M, respectively), Mario Kart Tour and Super Mario Run making close to $100M ($86M and $76M, respectively) and Dr. Mario World at almost 5 million ($4.8M)
Japan makes up 54% of the revenue ($581 million) and the United States makes 29% ($316 million).
Author’s Note: Any thoughts on this? Any franchises of Nintendo’s you’re hoping to make it mobile? Let us know in the comments below