Mobile analytics firm Sensor Tower has released a report on Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp’s earnings since launch.
Based on the firm’s revenue estimates, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp made 10 million US dollars in its first 9 days worldwide. That’s behind Fire Emblem Heroes (USD33 million) and Super Mario Run (USD24 million).
As to where all that money is coming from, 86% has been contributed from Japan, 11% from the United States, and the remaining 3% from the rest of the world. In fact, every download in Japan makes USD4.16, which is close to Fire Emblem Heroes’ average of USD4.60 per download.
It also appears that the game is monetizing badly for Nintendo outside of Japan, as the second highest spending per download goes to Canada at a pitiful 25 cents.
For more details, read the full report here.