Dragon Ball Legends has been doing great in terms of business as the game has already made over $65 million in mobile revenues to date. This figure was revealed in a Sensor Tower report. Published by Bandai Namco, the Dragon Ball Legends has proven to be a lucrative smartphone game that folds into the company’s current multi-pronged strategy.
The game is enjoying the flavour of success by making $65 million worldwide via in-game microtransactions on both Android and iOS. Interestingly, the game has made the most out of its home country Japan, where the game earned more than $40 million in spending, which makes up to 62% of total revenues.
Much More to Come
Bandai Namco is confident that it will make much more as the fresh content updates are rolled out.