Soda Saga is the first sequel to King’s Candy Crush Saga, which released for mobile in 2012. Since Soda Saga, the franchise has had two more sequels: 2015’s Candy Crush Jelly Saga, and 2018’s Candy Crush Friends Saga. The series helped make King so big that Activision Blizzard bought the company in 2016 for $5.9 billion.
Candy Crush Soda Saga has made most of its money in the U.S., which has accounted for $1.1 billion of the $2 billion total.
Around the world, the game has over 410 million first-time installs. About 76% of those come from Google Play. Apple users, however, spend more than their Android counterparts. The average of iPhone user spends $9.37 on the game, compared to $3.24 per download on Android.
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