Game of Thrones: Conquest has largest revenue month in April

Title grew 90 per cent year-on-year

Game of Thrones: Conquest has largest revenue month in April

Games of Thrones: Conquest had its best month ever for revenue in April, according to Sensor Tower.

Gross revenue for the game was estimated at $19 million across the App Store and Google Play, an increase of 90 per cent year-on-year for the same month.

The majority of player spending originated from the US, which accounted for $12.4 million,or 65 per cent of sales. Great Britain followed in second position at $1.1 million, six per cent of the total.

The lord of light rejoices

The game’s best month previously was in March 2019, where it generated $17 million from player spending.

Warner Bros. Interactive’s title has benefitted from the airing of the show’s final series, which premiered at the start of April.

Overall revenue for Conquest has now surpassed $214 million worldwide since its release in October 2017. The game grossed $125 million in just over a year, so at the current rate it’s likely to surpass that amount before its two-year anniversary.

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