Call of duty developers reportedly earned $10B in 2020

Accommodating the two successful smartphone video games, Honor to the Kings and Call of Duty Mobile, Timi Studios, the Tencent-owned game developer produced $10 billion in sales in 2020, according to Reuters.

According to its sources, TiMi's revenue makes it the "biggest developer in the world." While the statistics referred to are not known, it is undeniably a significant amount.

Not only did this significant sell reach the corporation in 2020; its Call of Duty app, which was released in October 2019, officially saw the biggest mobile game ever, with over 100 million first-week downloads. While Timi's Kings Honor, only available in China, has 100 million users on an unbelievable regular basis.

TiMi is actively hiring developers for "a new game from Los Angeles, which resembles the Ready Player One movie's interactive community," and is building up a pair of studios.

This means that TiMi wants to make a game like Fortnite and Roblox, which would be its own metaverse. Moreover, in Los Angeles, Tencent builds a TiMi Studio.

These games can be played free of charge in any Sony PlayStation, Xbox, or Nintendo console. These games are free. People want to work in China to make the film Ready Player One based on the latest AAA game.

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