Sensor Tower has kindly agreed to send us exclusive weekly downloads and revenue charts for the US, China, Japan and the UK. Here’s the data for the week of June 20-26.
Let’s start with US downloads.
Three notable newbies this week – Tapnation’s Pocket Monsters Rush, Supersonic’s Basket Battle and Netmarble’s Disney Mirrorverse. And it’s Android downloads that have driven Tapnation’s hit Pokémon-esque runner, as it’s not in the App Store top ten. Crazylabs’ The President is also an Android-only hit in the US.
No new entries in the overall US revenue charts, but Diablo Immortal and State of Survival each dip one place as Playtika’s Bingo Blitz and Garena Free Fire rise one place each week-on-week.
It’s pretty static in China, with Genshin Impact rising two spots in the revenue chart, and Honor of Kings and PUBG Mobile top of both charts once again.
Bilibili’s Eternal Tree is the big new entrant right at the top of the Japan downloads chart, with Netmarble’s Disney Mirrorverse in at six and Tapnation’s Pocket Monsters Rush new at eight.
Cyberagent’s Uma Musume Pretty Derby rockets up from six last week to the top spot in Japan’s revenue charts, while Square Enix’s Pokémon Go-alike Dragon Quest Walk comes in from outside the top ten to hit fifth place.
There are new entries galore in the UK downloads chart, with Tapnation’s Pocket Monsters Rush, Say Games’ Rope and Balls, Supersonic’s Guess the Drawing, Kitka Games’ Stumble Guys and Netmarble’s Disney Mirrorverse all debuting in the overall top ten.
The UK revenue charts are as steady as ever, with the top trio Coin Master, Roblox and Candy Crush Saga holding firm at the top. Candy Crush Soda Saga and Gardenscapes have risen to take the places of Clash of Clans and Bingo Blitz in nine and ten respectively.