Nexon launched MapleStory M, a mobile version of its popular MMORPG for PC, this past July. Sensor Tower's Store Intelligence data shows that, in the short time since launch, the title has surpassed worldwide player spending of $22 million.
Most of the spending in the game so far has come from Taiwan, where players have accounted for 38 percent of earnings and 21 percent of downloads, or $8.4 million and 730,000, respectively. The United States represents the second largest market with 22 percent of revenue ($5 million) and 14 percent (500,000) of installs.
August was the title's most lucrative month to date. Over the course of the month, MapleStory M grossed more than $10 million and accumulated more than 1.2 million downloads. That was enough to rank it in the top 100 games worldwide for the month across both the App Store and Google Play at No. 87.