Warner Bros. Interactive’s Game of Thrones: Conquest has earned over $125 million in worldwide revenue.
Sensor Tower reports that the licensed strategy game has experienced continued monthly growth since launching at the end of October 2017.
One year later and Conquest’s October 2018 revenue hit over $13.2 million, a 500 per cent increase year-over-year. On average, the title grew 14.8 per cent each month over the first year.
Divide and conquer
59 per cent of total spending came from the game’s audience in the US. A far distant second is the United Kingdom, at six per cent.
Revenue is split roughly 60 per cent towards the App Store, and 40 per cent to Google Play. Conquest placed at 66th for revenue worldwide out of all mobile games in October.