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Supercell's multiplayer mobile shooter Brawl Stars has officially launched in China.
"We estimate the game has made $646.8 million globally to date, with South Korea the top-grossing country, generating $119.5 million," mobile market intelligence firm Sensor Tower told PocketGamer.biz.
Wooga will hold a new campaign in its hidden object game June's Journey to bring its player base together.
The new campaign, titled Murder Most Fowl, aims to bring both new and old players together to work as one to solve a mystery. Murder Most Fowl will run from June 9th until June 12th.
Our contributing editor Jon Jordan speaks with Zynga president of publishing Bernard Kim surrounding the company's latest acquisition of Peak and why there may be more in the horizon.
The FIFA Mobile app was launched in South Korea on June 10th and has already accumulated 1.2 million downloads, according to App Annie.
Asian publisher Nexon signed a deal with Electronic Arts to publish FIFA Mobile in the Korean market back in March.
The global head of consumer products at League of Legends and Valorant maker Riot Games Ron Johnson has been put on leave and is under investigation after remarks he made about George Floyd.