Exclusive Sensor Tower charts: Tencent’s League of Legends Esports Manager debuts in China


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 July 18-24.

Let’s start with US downloads.

Stumble Guys (Kitka) stays on top in the combined App Store and Google play charts, while newbies Collect Em All (Voodoo) and Aquarium Land (Homa) enter the overall charts at eight and nine respectively. 

It’s pretty static in the US top grossing charts, though 37 Games’ Puzzles & Survival sneaks in at 10 on the App Store charts. 

It was a huge debut week in China for Tencent’s League of Legends Esports Manager as it entered at number one in the downloads chart and number five in the revenue listings. 

As the name suggests, it’s a management game in which you guide a budding LoL team to glory by defining strategy and team line-up. This video explains it quite well if you want to know more. 

There are three big new releases in Japan’s download charts, with NHN’s Compass Live Arena in at number one, Mixi’s Ghost Scramble new at four and Valor Legends from Century Games in at seven. 

Compass Live Arena is a rhythm game with character-collecting / RPG elements, Mixi’s Ghost Legends looks like a mix of Monster Strike and Brawl Stars and Century’s Valor Legends is a character battler.

Japan’s top grossing charts consist of the usual suspects, with last week’s top three replaced entirely: Monster Strike falls from first to fifth, Genshin Impact drops from second to ninth and Pro Baseball Spirits A is down to sixth from third. Uma Musume Pretty Derby, Puzzle & Dragons and Knives Out take their place. 

Stumble Guys leads the way in the UK download charts again, with one new entry in the combined App Store and Google Play charts: Chess, from chess.com, which has been around for a long time but is enjoying a sudden surge in popularity. 

Finally in the UK revenue charts it is very static indeed, but worth noting that Scalia Games’ 4X title New Three Kingdoms is up a spot to eight after entering the top grossing charts at nine last week, so looks set to stay. 

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