Sensor Tower has kindly agreed to send us exclusive weekly download and revenue charts for the US, China, Japan and the UK. Here’s the data for the week of August 1-7.
Let’s start with US downloads.
Kitka Games’ Stumble Guys continues its run at the top in the US, while Crazylabs keeps up its recent run of hits with Makeup Kit in third. Rollic’s Crowd Evolution also debuts at seven in the combined App Store and Google Play chart.
The US revenue listings show the usual suspects jostling for position, and (we assume) a new season spike for Clash of Clans and Call of Duty: Mobile, which both return to the top ten.
In China, Diablo Immortal is down one spot in revenue and three spots in the download chart after its debut the previous week (July 25-31). Tencent’s CrossFire leaps up into the top ten at six in the revenue chart, and there’s a sudden surge in the download chart for Subway Surfers, which will make new owner Miniclip happy.
In Japan’s download charts, it’s a clean sweep for Square Enix’s new entry Fullmetal Alchemist this week, a strategy game based on the popular manga series. Habby’s Kinja Run and Two Choice Training Game, a story/quiz game about parenting from Kazuki Oura, also debut this week at third and fourth in the combined chart.
The Japanese revenue listings show Sony’s Fate/Grand Order back on top again, up from fourth the previous week. Netease battle royale Knives Out is up into the top ten at six, and Level-5’s physics-y link puzzler Yo-Kai Watch Wibble Wobble also returns at nine.
It’s all about Makeup Kit in the UK downloads charts, another hit for Crazylabs. Rollic is racking up the top performers too, with Fill The Fridge at three, Crowd Evolution at five and newbie Button Fever at nine.
The UK revenue charts are pretty predictable – a cut-and-paste top three from last week, though a new season spike for Clash of Clans propels it up into fourth in the combined charts. PUBG Mobile is also back in the top ten at ninth in the combined chart.