Sensor Tower has kindly agreed to send us exclusive weekly downloads and billings charts for the US, China, Japan and the UK. Here’s the data for the week of May 30-June 5.
Let’s start with US downloads.
Diablo Immortal tops the US download chart as you’d expect, with new entries from Homa Games’ Shoes Evolution 3D, Solid Games’ Idle Egg Factory 3D and Azur Games’ Merge Ragdoll Fighting. It looks like Tripledot releasing Woodoku on Android was enough to boost it into the overall charts top ten, too.
New content boosts Pokémon GO to the top of the US revenue charts, with new release Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds popping up at 10 on the Google Play to freshen things up a little.
In China old friend Honor of Kings is of course top on revenue. Netease breaks into the top ten with Infinite Lagrange, while National Bubble Superman (全民泡泡超人) takes top spot on downloads (it’s a multiplayer party game that looks a little bit like Bomberman.)
In Japan’s downloads charts, Diablo Immortal sweeps in at number one again, plus there are new entries for Starwing’s Hunter’s Soul, Tokyo Tsushin’s Big Makeover, Sammy Networks’ Pachislot Story and Crazylabs’ Dessert DIY.
The usual suspects jostle for position in Japan’s revenue charts, with no new entries but boosts for Sony’s Fate/Grand Order and Mihoyo’s Genshin Impact, which take the top spots.
Diablo Immortal tops the downloads charts in the UK too, with new entries for Tokyo Tsushin’s Big Makeover, Magiclab’s Dream Wedding (both on iOS) and Candivore’s Match Masters (on Android).
It’s pretty static in the UK revenues top ten, with No No Kuni: Cross Worlds the only new entry in the Google Play charts.