Monopoly Go is Back at It - The Highest Earning Mobile Games in November
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Monopoly Go is back as the highest-earning mobile game in the world in November, reclaiming the lead from China's King of Glory.
I ranked all mobile games by their revenue in November and here are the results by platform and also combined.
Monopoly Go was the highest-earning mobile game in the world in November earning $114M of net revenue in November, according to our estimates. The majority of this revenue came from the App Store, where Monopoly Go came in second.
King of Glory was the #2 highest-earning mobile game in the world. Keep in mind, Google Play isn't available in China so this revenue is only from the App Store in China - that's impressive.
Royal Match, Candy Crush, and Peace Elite, another China-only game, round out the top 5 list.
If you're comparing this list to October's, you'll notice the names are the same but the amounts are different, leading the top and bottom pairs to flip.
Not all games saw an increase in revenue, but together, the top 10 highest-earning games in the world raked in $692M of net revenue from the App Store and Google Play in November, according to our estimates. And that's net, which means what the publishers take home after giving Apple and Google their share.
A bit higher than October's total, and that's good.
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