Niantic’s Pokemon Go was the highest grossing mobile game worldwide in November, according to SuperData.
The market research firm ranked the location-based augmented reality title above Tencent’s smash hit MOBA Honor of Kings, which claimed second.
King’s Candy Crush Saga meanwhile took third place, Mixi’s Monster Strike nabbed fourth and Supercell’s Clash of Clans bagged fifth.
2017 releases like NetEase’s Knives Out and Peak Games’ Toon Blast ranked eighth and 10th respectively.
For comparison, another market intelligence firm, Sensor Tower, recently released its own November report that named Monster Strike as the top grossing mobile title. It was followed by Honor of Kings, Fantasy Westward Journey and Puzzle & Dragons.
While the positions different the list contained largely the same games, Sensor Tower’s report omitted Toon Blast and Clash Royale in favour of Lineage M and Fantasy Westward Journey.