SensorTower has released the global mobile game download rankings for June 2022. Diablo Immortal is the most downloaded in the world.
Specifically, Diablo Immortal game is an iOS game downloaded with more than 26 million downloads, an increase of 63.5% compared to June 2021%. The country with the highest number of downloads during this period was India with 14.7% of total downloads, followed by the US with 10.2.
Garena Free Fire was the second most downloaded mobile game worldwide last month with 24.7 million downloads up 26.9% year-on-year. Third through fifth were Kitka Games’ Stumble Guys, Bridge Race from Supersonic Studios and Crazy Labs’ Dessert DIY.
In June 2022, the global mobile game market reached 4.6 billion downloads on the App Store and Google Play, an increase of about 2.2% year-on-year. The number one game download market in the world is India, with 844.8 million cumulative installs, accounting for 18.4% of the world’s total downloads. The United States is second with about 9%, followed by Brazil with 8%.
Blizzard released Diablo Immortal which also ranked 10th in the global mobile game downloads chart, and topped the App Store downloads chart.
On July 8, 2022, players will be able to play the game on Asian servers from Android, iOS or PC. Gamers from Hong Kong, Macao, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam can join this server and experience low ping.
Previously, Diablo Immortal received a major new update, introducing Vitaath, a new boss so gamers can participate in the destruction and receive attractive rewards. In fact, aside from those who have reached the excellent level in the game, all the other players seem unable to defeat this boss.
Another report reflects, mobile game revenue exceeded 21.4 billion US dollars, accounting for about 65%. If divided by platform, mobile application revenue of iOS and Android platforms in the second quarter was about 11 billion and 22 billion dollars, respectively. Mobile game revenue accounts for about 62% and 72% respectively across operating systems.