Marvel Snap tops $100 million in mobile revenue, solidifying its status as top-grossing CCG this year
Marvel Snap has been a huge hit for developer Second Dinner and publisher Nuverse. Let’s dive into the numbers to see the game’s road to $100 million in revenue.
- According to AppMagic, Marvel Snap reached $100 million in revenue over the weekend. At the moment of writing, its lifetime earnings amount to $100.89 million (revenue from in-app purchases reduced by platform fees and inclusive taxes).
- The US is the number one country by revenue, with $62.1 million, or around 61% of the total. It is followed by South Korea (4%), Canada (3.3%), the UK (3%), Italy (3%), and Japan (2.6%).
- December 2022 was the best month for Marvel Snap so far, with over $13.5 million in IAP revenue. This year, the game generates $9.1 million per month on average.
- AppMagic data also shows that Marvel Snap is currently the top-grossing collectible card game on mobile globally, with over $73 million in IAP revenue this year. It is followed by Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel ($33.4 million), Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links ($21.8 million), Magic: The Gathering Arena ($19.6 million), and Hearthstone ($18.6 million).
Top 10 highest-grossing collectible card games of 2023 (via AppMagic)
- According to AppMagic, Marvel Snap generated over 22 million downloads on iOS and Android globally.
- The US is the leader in terms of installs, accounting for 24% of the total. It is followed by Brazil (11.3%), Indonesia (8%), Italy (4.51%), and France (4.5%).
- Marvel Snap’s peak month was October 2022 (its global launch), when it generated over 7.4 million installs. Since then, downloads have declined, averaging around 900k per month over the last six months.
- When it comes to platforms, the App Store accounts for 55% of Marvel Snap’s lifetime revenue. Google Play is the leader in terms of downloads, accounting for 69% of the total.
- The game currently has a cumulative RpD (revenue per download) of $4.57. Hong Kong is the leader with $12.89, followed by the US ($11.7), South Korea ($7.6), Taiwan ($7.1), and Australia ($6.5).
Marvel Snap was developed by Second Dinner, a studio founded by Blizzard veteran and Hearthstone lead designer Ben Brode. The game received positive reviews from critics and was praised for its fast gameplay and “snap” mechanic that allows players to double the stakes in every match.