Pokémon Go saw global player spending reach $23 million during the week of March 16, according to mobile market researcher Sensor Tower.
Niantic’s mobile hit has players walking around the real world and catching Pokémon.
That is in part because Niantic recently made some changes to that game that increased monster spawn rates, meaning it’s easier to see Pokémon while staying inside your house.
And many people can still go on walks, making Pokémon Go an especially attractive activity.
Most of that $23 million came from the U.S., where players spent $7.8 million on the game.

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