Call of Duty: Mobile has hit 250 million downloads since its debut on October 25, according to mobile measurement firm Sensor Tower.

Players on iOS and Android have spent more than $327 million to date, Sensor Tower estimates. The success shows how Activision Publishing, the owner of the Call of Duty franchise, has been able to have multiple Call of Duty wins at the same time. While Call of Duty: Mobile is capturing mobile players worldwide, the core console and PC players are still flocking to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Call of Duty: Warzone (the battle royale mode of Modern Warfare). That is helping produce record results for Activision Blizzard at time of great stress with the pandemic.

Call Of Duty: Mobile’s success is another example of Tencent’s global expansion in the gaming sector paying dividends. The Chinese company’s strategy is to partner with international gaming firms such as Activision-Blizzard and PUBG Corp to turn traditional big-ticket console and PC games into mobile titles. The Shenzhen-based company aims to have half of its gaming revenue from overseas markets in the future. If you need Buy Call of Duty Mobile CP Coins, you can visit our site

Boosted by large numbers of people staying at home due to the Covid-19 pandemic, May was the second best month for Call of Duty: Mobile with revenue of nearly US$53 million, just behind the US$55 million it grossed in its launch month of October last year.

Call of Duty: Mobile’s stellar performance shows it could potentially become more successful than PUBG Mobile, another shooting game Tencent adapted from the PC platform. While the latter is still the world’s most profitable mobile game with revenue of US$226 million in May alone, Call of Duty: Mobile’s first nine months were better.