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How many players does Call of Duty: Mobile have?

CoD continues toeads the way in the mobile market.

Call of Duty: Mobile has quickly risen to the top of the Android and iOS charts.

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Since the game launched in 2019, CoD: Mobile has been downloaded countless times. In August 2021 alone, the game was downloaded over two million times and made $17 million in revenue, according to data website Sensor Tower.

Both the Activation and Garena versions of the game have seen wide success. In the past few months, the number of daily players has surpassed the six million mark with 6,196,338 players loading up the game each day, according to stats site Active Player. That’s an average monthly player base of over 53 million.

In terms of revenue, CoD: Mobile is also booming. In June 2020, the game recorded close to $327 million in revenue, according to Sensor Tower. That was 78 percent more than the total money generated by PUBG mobile at the time.

The biggest selling point for CoD: Mobile is its 100-player battle royale mode. The game gives players the choice between playing solo, in duos, or in teams of four.

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