The color matching game Royal Match, released by Turkey's game startup Dream Games, has made history as the mobile game with the highest user spending in the past 12 months.
At a time when the mobile gaming industry is facing a downturn, Royal Match has reached a total revenue of 2 billion dollars. Dream Games, created under the mentorship of Pixar founder Ed Catmull in 2021, managed to attract 55 million active users with the color matching and entertaining game system of Royal Match.
It has surpassed the legendary Candy Crush Saga. Candy Crush Saga, except for approximately 6 months within its 12-year period, has been the game where users spent the most money consecutively for 127 months. During this period, the game has generated revenue close to 20 billion dollars. On the other hand, Royal Match has become the game where users spent the most money in the last 12 months.
In a time of decline in the mobile gaming industry, Royal Match has reached a total revenue of 2 billion dollars.