What happened in the mobile game market in June 2022?

GameRefinery’s June 2022 report sheds light on the latest developments in the US, China, and Japan mobile game market.
GameRefinery June Report
GameRefinery has released its report for June.

GameRefinery has released its report for June 2021. The report includes data from the USA, China, and Japan. Looking at the overall report, we see that the Chinese and Japanese markets are moving, and the RPG genre is rising worldwide. In addition, many companies worldwide have published messages of support for LGBT rights this month. You can access the full report by clicking here.

The game Mirrorverse, released by Disney in the past weeks, achieved great success in the Japanese and US markets and became a finalist in the most promising soft-launch games category of the GameRefinery 2021 Mobile GameDev Awards. Disney will continue to compete with its rivals from many lanes.

Free Fire, the popular battle royale game developed by Garena, made a surprising move. The bomb disposal mode, found in many FPS games, has been added to the game under the 5v5 Bomb Squad. Rise of Kingdoms added Egypt as a new Faction and offered many events to users. Rise of Kingdoms’ main event will consist of four episodes, including Words of Eternity.

Diablo Immortal, released globally last month, managed to become one of the top 10 grossing games in the USA. Although the game did not fully meet the expectations of some Blizzard fans, it made its debut without critical problems and managed to make itself popular. In addition, RPG games managed to dominate the list of 200 top-grossing games in all markets this month.

A somewhat surprising partnership came from the Chinese market. The game, named Onmyoji Arena, partnered with the famous US-based beer company Bud Light and managed to be among the top 200 grossing games.

Battle of the Golden Spatula, the Chinese version of Teamfire Tactics, developed by Riot Games and carried to mobile devices recently, has started a new PvP season with many new heroes. Riot Games’ games are in high demand in the Chinese market.

Project Sekai Colorful Stage feat. Hatsune Miku held the first Connect Live concert that the players could attend. Project Makeover and Redecor games created Pride-themed battle tickets to defend LGBT rights.

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