Call of Duty receives 3 million Dollar a day thanks to Warzone
According to the report generated by SlottyVegas, Call of Duty would be receiving $ 3 million a day, where much of it would be due to Warzone’s contributions.
According to a new report made on the Call of Duty franchise, Activison would be making absurd money daily due to microtransactions from the free game Call of Duty Warzone. The title is the first free of the Battle Royale genre published by the company and has proved to be a sure choice, along with Call of Duty Mobile.
Call of Duty is an FPS game that was previously released annually, but with the bet on microtransactions, it is managing to generate impressive revenue. According to the SlottyVegas report, which uses information from Nielsen Super Data, esports earnings, data from Social Blade, and Forbes, it is possible to see how much money Call of Duty generates every day. In a press release, the person responsible for providing the information said:
When we convert the aforementioned amount to dollars, we have a total of $ 2.98 million dollars generated daily. In the statement, SlottyVegas further adds by saying:
“It’s just over £ 1,600 a minute. In the past 80 days of blocking, Call Of Duty won £ 194,204,059.15, helped in large part by its Battle Royale branch, Warzone.”
When converting pounds sterling to dollars of the amount mentioned above, we have US $ 1986 per minute and US $ 241,160,270.20 in the last 80 days. This large amount of revenue generated comes largely from purchases of cosmetic items that do not provide any improvement in gameplay.
With this huge revenue generation by Warzone, you start to think about what the battle royale will show us in the future. Mainly with the fact that the new Call of Duty, called “Black Ops”, is facing a possible delay according to leaker “TheGamingRevo3” on Twitter .
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