“Harry Potter” grossed $1 billion on mobile games, “Magic Awakens” ranked second with $358 million
According to Sensor Tower, players worldwide have spent as much as $1 billion on Harry Potter mobile games so far. When global revenue is broken down by digital store, the App Store accounted for 66% of revenue, reaching $683 million. The Google Play marketplace contributed 33% of the revenue, reaching $342.5 million.
In terms of countries where players spend, the United States ranks first in the world with $375 million. China came in second with $324 million in revenue, and Germany came in third with $51.6 million in revenue.
The report also revealed that Jam City’s Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery was the highest-grossing mobile game. Since its release in 2018, the game has generated $400 million in revenue for players. NetEase’s “Harry Potter: Magic Awakens” came in second with $358 million. Zynga’s “Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells” came in at No. 3 with a cumulative $218 million.
In addition, the Harry Potter IP mobile game has been installed more than 156 million times worldwide.