The final season of HBO's Game of Thrones has stoked the fires of spending in Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's mobile game based on the red-hot property. Sensor Tower's Store Intelligence estimates reveal that players spent an unprecedented $19 million worldwide last month in Game of Thrones: Conquest across the App Store and Google Play, an increase of 90 percent from the same month in 2018.
Game of Thrones: Conquest had its previous best month for player spending in March, when it grossed an estimated $17 million worldwide. That was 80 percent greater than the $9.4 million we estimate the title took in from players in March 2018. It was a significant year-over-year increase, but less than what the game experienced last month.
The majority of April's player spending in the title game from the United States, which contributed 65 percent of the total, or approximately $12.4 million. Great Britain was a distant second for spending at 6 percent or slightly more than $1.1 million.
Last month's total brings overall spending to date in Game of Thrones: Conquest to more than $214 million worldwide on downloads that now top $12 million. That's an average of nearly $18 per download.