Brawl Stars’ Monumental Achievement
data.ai, the foremost authority in mobile data analytics, has unveiled that Supercell’s Brawl Stars has achieved a monumental milestone. Six years post its initial launch in June 2017, the game has amassed a staggering $2 billion in global player spending. This achievement places Brawl Stars in an elite group, alongside 39 other games and 13 apps that have crossed the $2 billion threshold in lifetime earnings.
Dominating the Action > Brawl Genre
As per the insights from data.ai Intelligence and Game IQ Taxonomy, Brawl Stars isn’t just another game in the Action > Brawl category. It stands tall as the most downloaded game in its genre for the year, leaving competitors like One Piece Bounty Rush and Bed Wars trailing behind.
Key Insights Into Brawl Stars’ Success
- A League of Its Own: This recent accomplishment cements Brawl Stars’ position as the top revenue-generating game in the Action > Brawl category. Furthermore, it’s not the only feather in Supercell’s cap. Brawl Stars now stands shoulder to shoulder with three other Supercell giants that have crossed the $2 billion mark: Clash of Clans, Clash Royale, and Hay Day.
- Impressive Earnings in 2023: The first half of 2023 has been particularly fruitful for Brawl Stars. The game clinched the #2 spot among the world’s highest-grossing Action > Brawl games, raking in a commendable $86.3 million in global store revenue.
- The Strategy Behind the Success: Brawl Stars’ sustained success isn’t a mere stroke of luck. The game has leveraged a myriad of strategies, with high-profile partnerships being a notable contributor.
For those keen on delving deeper into the strategies that propelled Brawl Stars to this pinnacle of success, a comprehensive analysis is available on data.ai’s blog.