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The Sims Mobile Revenue Exceeds $15 Million in Its First Four Months

The Sims Mobile has earned more than $15 million worldwide in its first week, according to Sensor Tower Store Intelligence estimates.

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Launched globally at the beginning of March, The Sims Mobile has taken in more than $15 million in worldwide player spending for publisher Electronic Arts, according to Sensor Tower Store Intelligence estimates. The game, which joined the already available The Sims FreePlay, was EA's eighth highest earning mobile title across the App Store and Google Play for the month of June.

Approximately 59 percent of The Sims Mobile revenue has come from the United States so far, with Great Britain a distant second at just 8 percent.

Electronic Arts continues to operate The Sims FreePlay concurrently with The Sims Mobile, which still has considerable ground to cover in order to supplant that earlier title. Last month, The Sims FreePlay was EA's third highest earning mobile game, taking in about double the revenue of The Sims Mobile worldwide.

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Randy Nelson

Written by: Randy Nelson, Head of Mobile Insights

Date: July 2018