With 100 million people log on every day to play King.com games, such as Candy Crush Saga. King is the recent European technology companies such as Rovio, the creator of the mega-hit Angry Birds and Mojang, behind Minecraft, so it’s great global gaming arena. But its stunning profitability of the industry is littered with companies who do not make money from games made it famous totem others strive to emulate his success.
How Does Candy Crush Make Money
King’s focus on creating a multi-billion dollar market for mobile games, addictive puzzles of the fastest-growing part of the gaming industry has helped to reap profits rare in his field: Although the company does not disclose figures, industry experts estimate its revenues by $1 million $3 million a day. The media is now talking about an IPO valuation of $ 5 billion after source recently said that the company filed to go public in the United States.
Candy Crush Make Money from Freemium Model
Candy Crush Making most of it money from a freemium model, such as if you have no live in your Candy Crush game while playing you need to purchase more lives to play a game and complete future levels. So this is how Candy Crush make money.
Candy Crush Saga (King.com Developer), publisher of the IPO registration paperwork on Tuesday found that it generated a whopping $1.88 billion in revenue in 2013. With $1.98 billion in gross bookings, which the company defines as “the total amount paid to access our virtual products and skill competitions.” While this in and of itself is impressive, here’s the really crazy part: King says that 78% of its gross bookings only the Candy Crush Saga, which means that the Candy Crush totaled about $1.54 billion in total bookings last year. Of course, Candy Crush-‘s ridiculous strength can also be a King’s greatest weakness: It does not have other games that are not even close to matching the user base of its flagship title, and interest if the user begins to die.