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This became the world’s top mobile gaming app, spending Rs 3.93 lakh per minute in January

BEIJING, INS. Many popular gaming apps have been banned in India in the last few years. But amid the ban, PUBG Mobile has emerged as the world’s top game. According to the report of Sensor Tower, players spent about 237 million dollars (17,79,77,52,000) in January 2022 while playing PUBG Mobile. Meaning in January 2022, about 4 lakh rupees were spent on PUBG mobile gaming every minute. Most of the total revenue received by PUBG Mobile in January 2022 comes from China, about 64 percent. Which is known in China by the local name Game for Peace.

These games are top in earning 

PUBG Mobile has a total market share of around 8 percent in the US outside China. Whereas 7 percent market share comes from Turkey. Honor of Kings is the second most played mobile gaming app in the world. As of January 2022, $233.2 million has been spent on this game. Like PUBG, about 96 percent of the revenue of Honor of Kings comes from China. Taiwan’s name comes after China with 2 percent.

These become the world’s top-5 gaming apps

MiHOYO’s Genshin Impact was the second most played gaming app after PUBG mobile and King of Honor. It is followed by Candy Crush Saga and Roblox at number four. The global mobile gaming market has an estimated revenue of $7.4 billion in January 2022. However, it has registered a decline of 7 per cent as compared to the previous year. The share of the US in global revenue in January 2022 was $ 2.1 billion. Which is 28 percent of the total players. Japan came second with 19.3 per cent. Next comes China’s number. Although Google Play is not present in China.

These apps were banned

Please tell that the PUBG Mobile gaming app has been banned in India under section 69A of the IT Act. It is alleged that PUBG Mobile is a threat to the unity and integrity of India. Recently 54 Chinese apps including Garena FreeFire have been banned. 

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