The most downloaded mobile games of June

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Subway Surfers has made its mark on the mobile game market!
Sensor Tower announced the list of the most downloaded mobile games of June. So which game was preferred more last month?

Sensor Tower, one of the most important analysis tools of the mobile industry, shared the list of the most downloaded mobile games of June. While Subway Surfers, one of the legendary productions that left its mark on an era, stood out in the report, games such as Garena Free Fire, Stumble Guys and Apex Legends Mobile also drew attention.

The most downloaded mobile games of June

Sensor Tower announced the most downloaded mobile games of June. According to the report, last month’s winner was Subway Surfers, developed by Kiloo and SYBO Games. With 26 million downloads, the most popular countries for the mobile game were India with 14.7 percent and the US with 10.2 percent. The game has been at the top of the overall list for three weeks.

The most downloaded mobile games of June

Garena Free Fire ranked second on the list. The mobile game experienced a 26.9 percent increase compared to June 2021 and reached 24.7 million downloads. The most downloaded countries were India and Indonesia.

The global mobile gaming industry reached 4.6 billion downloads on the App Store and Google Play Store in June 2022. It experienced an increase of 2.2 percent compared to the same period last year. The country that showed the most interest in mobile games in June was India, which accounted for 18.4 percent of total downloads with 844.8 million downloads. The US ranked second with 9 percent and Brazil ranked third with 8 percent.

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