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MiHoYo's free-to-play RPG Genshin Impact has generated $100 million in less than two weeks. Within four days of launch, Genshin Impact had accumulated an estimated 17 million downloads.
Voodoo was named the top hypercasual publisher by downloads in Q3 2020, according to Apptopia data.
Across its games library, Voodoo generated 529 million downloads in Q3 2020, which is 105 per cent more than that of Lion Studios in second-place at 258 million installs.
Facebook has taken the number one spot for mobile advertising this year so far.
While the social media giant may be at the top, Google has also performed well. Between them both, the two companies have dominated the non-organic install market.
Lion Studios has launched Ancient Battle, a hybrid-casual title for mobile devices.
This is the first game from Lion Studios that has been co-developed with another studio, Mandrill VR.
Russian developer Donut Lab has raised $1.6 million in funding to put towards the studio's new title Kids vs Zombies.
The capital was led by Level-UP, an investment company based in Luxembourg.