PUBG is conquered by an old Indian game


If you are fond of slightly macabre puns, you may like this: The game of dies has been bested by the game of dice. Okay, to be specific, PUBG Mobile has been dethroned by Ludo King, the traditional Indian game that is fancied by kids and family, in terms of app downloads for the period April to June.

According to Sensor Tower, the company that provides enterprise-level data on mobile apps and publishers, gaming apps saw 15.1 billion downloads worldwide in April-June quarter. And the lockdown-tied India alone contributed 2.27 billion downloads of it. That would make roughly around 18% of the global downloads.

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