Sensor Tower has released some new data about Pokemon GO‘s revenue. The game’s “Eggstravaganza” event has contributed into a successful month. According to Sensor Tower, “players spent more than $65,000,000 worldwide in the game during April, an increase of 15% from the same month in 2018”. As for 2019 so far, Sensor Tower says that “spending in the game is up 33% to approximately $270,000,000 across the App Store and Google Play, compared to the first four months of 2018 when it brought in gross revenue of close to $203,500,000. Players in the United States and Japan have spent nearly the same in 2019 to date at about 34% of this total, or just below $92 million for each market. During the same period in early 2018, Japanese players outspent their U.S. counterparts by about 3% points. Pokémon GO ranked No. 7 for all app revenue worldwide last month, compared to No. 10 in April 2018. It was ranked No. 6 among games”.