Hypercasual developer CrazyLabs has accumulated more than three billion downloads worldwide across its entire games catalogue.
This information was revealed by Crazy Labs publishing manager Shai Sasson at PGC Digital during his talk on: 'Wash Away Your COVID-19 Worries with Soap (Cutting)'.
Founded in 2010 (originally under TabTale), the studio now makes up 1.25 per cent of all global game downloads on mobile and sees an average of 80 million unique monthly active users.
CrazyLabs confirmed the studio has 230 employees across Israel, China, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Germany and Ukraine.
Players in the US make up 80 per cent of CrazyLabs' income, with Eastern Europe and China mentioned as "big markets" for the firm too.
Run Sausage Run placed first for downloads at 106 million after launching in December 2017, while Miraculous Ladybug followed in second at 93 million, however the latter released 12 months later.
In November last year, TabTale renamed itself to CrazyLabs in a branding move to help represent the company’s new focus.
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