“Pokémon GO” has hit passed the $5 billion mark with regards to US lifetime revenue.
The wildly popular augmented reality (AR) game has additionally been downloaded roughly 632 million times since it first launched in 2016.
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Anime News Network reports that this new information comes courtesy of Sensor Tower, a company dedicated to mobile app data analysis. Out of its worldwide analysis, the organization found that US residents seem to be the most adamant about the game, making up a large portion of its international revenue (with Japan at number two and Germany at number three) and accounting for the most downloads out of any country (followed by Brazil and India).
For those of you who figured that the phenomenon of “Pokémon GO”—the bane of non-players’ existence for nearly half a year—was an extraordinarily…