Mobile gamers spent 16% more on sports games in the US over the last 12 months according to new data from Sensor Tower. Players spent a total of $648.8 million with top games such as Golf Clash from Playdemic attracting around $132.8 million in spending alone. COVID-19 lockdowns meant that gamers were looking for opportunities to spend their time at home and this drove interest in mobile sports games. Other top games were 8 Ball pool and Fishing Clash. In terms of downloads, the sports genre saw installs jump to 129.3 million – up 16.3% compared to the previous year. 8 Ball Pool saw some of the highest installs at 9.4 million downloads, followed by Madden NFL 2 Mobile and Basketball Arena. The realistic sports
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