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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