Pokemon Go Player Spending hit a Peak of $7.8 million in the US in One Week, Worldwide $23 Million

Trainers, Statista shared the weekly player spending in Pokemon Go during the Stay at Home edition, and according to their analysis, from March 9th through March 16th, players from the US spent $7.8 million, while the total reached $23 million worldwide during the same week.

According to Statista, “In the week beginning March 16, 2020, player spending on the hugely popular mobile game Pokémon Go hit a peak of 7.8 million U.S. dollars in the United States, representing around 34 percent of the global revenue for that week.”

Pokemon Go is continuing to break records globally and with the upcoming events in 2020, the game will grow even bigger and bigger.

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