The fifth annual Pokémon Go Fest has earned over $20M throughout a two-day event, reports app store analytics company Sensor Tower. In 2021, the event took place from July 17th to 18th with fans showing up both personally and virtually to have fun catching multiple Pocket Monsters. The dev team behind the project confirmed that over 1.5 billion Pokémon were caught during the weekend.
Furthermore, it was the location-based title’s most profitable day since February 20th, 2021, when it made over $11M, and one of its highest throughout its 5-year existence. Along with the quarter of a billion Pokémon caught throughout the event, fans also enjoyed spinning more than 900 million PokéStops, completing over 20 million raids, and collectively walking more than 70 million miles.
In June 2021, Pokémon GO is said to have made $5 billion from player spending within five years. Looks like 2021 is the game’s most profitable yet. Now, what are your thoughts and feelings on the topic? Are you a fan? If you are, how did you like the 2021 Pokémon Go Fest?
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