Harry Potter: Wizards Unite game brings in USD 1.1 mln in first weekend - report

Tuesday 25 June 2019 | 10:46 CET | News
The latest mobile game from Niantic and WB Games, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, has made an estimated USD 1.1 million player spending over its first weekend, and is set to rake in USD 10 million in its first month, SensorTower reported, citing store intelligence. The game was installed by nearly 3 million new players in its first weekend. To compared, Pokemon Go, Niantec's previous gaming hit, made USD 28 million in its first four days and USD 206 million in its first 30 days. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Niantic
Countries: World
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