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BoomBit Group revenue for February 2023

  • Revenue from games: $4.35M
  • Revenue less UA & platform fees: $1.37M
  • TOP 3 games: Hunt Royale, Darts Club, Falling Art Ragdoll Simulator
[$M]JanuaryFebruary% change m/m
Revenue from games5.444.35-20.1%
Platform fees0.510.57+11,2%
User Acquisition3.252.42-25,7%
Revenue less UA & platform fees1.681.37-18,6%

In February 2023, the BoomBit Group had $4.35M (-20.1% m/m) game revenues. User Acquisition expenses amounted to $2.42M (-25.7% m/m) and platform fees increased to $0.57M (+11.2% m/m). As a result, the BoomBit Group recorded lower revenues less UA and platform fees, which amounted to $1.37M (-18.6% m/m) and had a total number of 13.3 million downloads of games  last month.

February is the shortest month of the year, and has 10% fewer days than in most other months, which is standard for the reported results every year. We continue to scale Hunt Royale intensively, as marketing expenditures in the last month were even higher than the very intensive campaigns in December. We currently have the highest DAU in history. Keep in mind that this is a Mid-Core game and the impact of these campaigns on monthly results is spread over the next few months as well. In early March, we officially released Royal Merge on the Google Play platform. The game itself will be further developed, including in terms of advertising monetization, which should translate into satisfactory ARPU.

Marcin Olejarz Co-CEO of BoomBit S.A.

In February 2023, the best top-earning games similarly to previous months were Hunt Royale ($1.84M) and Darts Club ($0.56M). Revenue from Hyper-Casual games amounted to $1.48M and accounted for approximately 34% of the BoomBit Group’s revenue structure. Falling Art Ragdoll Simulator generated the highest revenue ($0.26M) among Hyper-Casual games.

February 2023 – TOP 5

  1. Hunt Royale $1.839M
  2. Darts Club $0.559M
  3. Falling Art Ragdoll Simulator $0.263M
  4. Crazy Plane Landing $0.152M
  5. Car Driving School Simulator $0.151M

The highly anticipated game, Hunters On-Chain, is set to release on March 7th, with a launch tournament that will see players competing to secure BGEM cryptocurrency, and common hunter NFTs as rewards. To attend the tournament, all a player needs to do is to get into and start playing Hunters On-Chain. The tournament is expected to draw much attention from the web2 and web3 gaming communities. Hunters On-Chain has already proven to be a groundbreaking game with its success in the NFT drop. The upcoming launch and tournament are highly anticipated by gaming enthusiasts and investors alike.

Hannibal Soares co-CEO of BoomBit
Hannibal Soares
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