Activision’s mobile gaming revenue surpassed PC and console gaming revenue


    Activision’s latest quarterly financial report confirmed that the company is earning more in the mobile app market than in the PC and console software market. This was reported on August 5 by the Kotaku portal.

    According to the report, 51% of Activision’s Q2 2022 revenue came from Diablo Immortal, Call of Duty Mobile, and Studio King’s games: Candy Crush Saga and Farm Heroes. In absolute terms, the publisher’s mobile gaming revenue was $831 million over the period. It is worth noting that $680 million Activision received no from Diablo Immortal and Call of Duty Mobile, and from King games.

    At the same time, console games brought the company $367 million, and PC games – $332 million. In addition, Activision received $105 million from various events and eSports.

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