Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle continues to generate revenue at an incredible rate
Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle came to iOS and Android devices in 2015, enjoying a popularity that grows from year to year, as well as the collected revenue.
According to Sensor Tower, Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle broke revenue records in 2019 and has already managed to generate over $ 2 billion in revenue.
In 2018, Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle won $ 620 million and in 2019 the money spent by players goes up to $ 566 million, but the game enjoyed two of its best months ever.
In February 2019, when the movie Dragon Ball Super Broly hit theaters in the West, Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle generated $ 109 million in revenue, while in July it racked up $ 75 million (the game’s fourth anniversary).
Japanese players spend the most money on Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle ($ 1.2 billion) and represent 58% of the total revenue generated by bandai Namco’s mobile game.
The United States of America comes second ($ 452 million), while the French come in third ($ 112 million).
Sensor Tower also revealed that more than $ 1 billion was generated in the iOS version, while $ 982 million was generated through the Google Play Store.
The popularity of the Dragon Ball property continues to mean incredible revenue for the games that are inspired by this property and Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle is one of the most profitable.
Recently, Bandai Namco introduced a new way to generate revenue, a kind of monthly subscription called “Daily Capsule” that gives you extra benefits when logging in daily.
At the Pilaf store, you will find the Daily Capsule for 15 days (5.49 €) and the Daily Capsule for 30 days (10.99 €) that allow you to get more items and more Dragon Stones, representing the latest way to generate recurring revenue.
Finally, it is worth mentioning a highly important data shared by Sensor Tower: Dokkan Battle took 3 years to generate $ 1 billion, but it took half of that to reach $ 2 billion.