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7th May 2021: Voodoo, the world’s number one mobile games publisher in terms of downloads, has announced that it has exceeded more than five billion downloads across its hyper-casual mobile games portfolio.
With more than 100 games released in the eight years since it was founded, Voodoo exceeded two billion downloads in 2020 alone, before reaching five billion by the end of April 2021.
Voodoo’s top performing games from the last 12 months include:
- Cube Surfer – 114 million downloads
- Stack Colors – 100 million downloads
- Scribble Rider – 97.6 million downloads
Alexander Shea, Head of Publishing at Voodoo, said: “Hitting this milestone sets a record for downloads in the hyper-casual mobile games space, cementing Voodoo’s position in the industry. We’re delighted to be able to work with so many talented studios and developers on great hyper-casual games that are enjoyed by more than a billion players worldwide.”
Headquartered in Paris since its launch in 2013, Voodoo’s extensive stable of games now includes over 100 mobile titles, retaining more than 300 million monthly active users and 5 billion total downloads, making the French company #1 in terms of downloads in the worldwide gaming industry.
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About Voodoo - https://www.voodoo.io/
Voodoo was founded in 2013 and publishes, as well as develops mobile games (iOS and Android). The company creates games internally and in collaboration with hundreds of studios worldwide, employing 354 people. Voodoo has launched more than 100 mobile games, reaching over a billion users worldwide, with in excess of 300 million monthly active users and 5 billion total downloads. The company is headquartered in Paris, France with offices in Montpelier, Berlin, Amsterdam, Barcelona, London, Kharkiv, Montreal, Istanbul, Tokyo and Singapore.