Bandai Namco's anime-inspired mobile title Dragon Ball Legends saw early success when it grossed approximately $40 million only 45 days after its launch in May. The mobile fighting game has remained a strong earner since and has now surpassed $65 million in gross worldwide revenue on the App Store and Google Play, according to according to Sensor Tower's Store Intelligence estimates.
Japan remains the game's largest market with its players accounting for more than $40 million, or 62 percent, of the game's total in-app-spending. The U.S. is the next largest country in terms of gross revenue with its player base stacking up about $10.5 million to date.
Dragon Ball Legends is also continuing to see growth in terms of downloads, with the title gaining more than 1.9 million new players over the course of August. More recently, the game saw a 25 percent week-over-week increase in downloads from the week of September 3 to September 10.