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Pokemon Go Revenue Drop Update, Niantic Confirms Their Revenue is Up

Trainers, a Niantic spokesperson confirmed to Eurogamer that their revenue so far in 2023 is up on last year and that the recent changes with the Remote Raids helped in their mission.

Pokemon Go’s significant revenue drop was s first reported by According to their report, Pokemon Go took a big hit in April and had the lowest monthly revenue since February 2018.

Pokémon Go took a big hit in April – from February’s high of $58m, it was down in March to $42.8m and then again in April to $34.7m, its lowest monthly total since February 2018, over five years ago.”

Niantic responded to Eurogamer, saying the numbers are wrong, and they don’t generally comment on third-party estimates, as they are often incorrect.

Here is what Niantic said about the current revenue drop situation:

We generally don’t comment on third-party estimates of our revenue as they are often incorrect, which is the case here, Our revenue so far in 2023 is up on last year.

We don’t focus on month-to-month trends because they fluctuate based on major live events. This year’s changes have already increased in-person Raiding and we’re excited to introduce exciting new features over the coming months.”

Now, the funny thing is to say this, but then respond, right? There is something fishy going on here.

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