Star Trek Fleet Command is making a stellar $13.7 million in monthly revenue

Licensed stargazer has hit lifetime revenue of $40 million and four million installations.

Star Trek Fleet Command is making a stellar $13.7 million in monthly revenue

Scopely’s stellar strategy game Star Trek Fleet Command is earning over $13.7 million in monthly spending.

Sensor Tower reports estimates that the title passed this monthly milestone in March, after achieving over $40 million in worldwide spending across Android and iOS.

That March milestone represents a five per cent increase over the previous month’s $9.5 million. As of writing, Fleet Command has enjoyed over four million installations.


The bulk of this revenue comes from the US, making up 62 per cent of total spend at $24.8 million. Germany follows in a distant second with 10 per cent, or $4 million.

Sensor Tower also revealed that Fleet Command ranked 45th for US player spending in March, putting it a little ahead of licensed competitor Marvel Strike Force.

Star Trek Fleet Command isn't the only recent release for Scopely. Its cartoon caper Looney Tunes: World of Mayhem hit one million downloads within its first 24 hours.

The launches formed part of a strong year for Scopely, one that has let the company move into a new 60,000ft Culver City headquarters.

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Natalie Clayton is an Edinburgh-based freelance writer and game developer. Besides PCGamesInsider and, she's written across the games media landscape and was named in the 2018 100 Rising Star list.