Pokémon Sleep Has Reportedly Made $100 Million In Its First Year

Catching Zs and catching $s.

Pokémon Sleep, the sleep-tracking app where you can catch ’em all by catching Zs, has reportedly brought in an impressive $100 million in its first year (thanks, VGC).

This is according to AppMagic data recently published by PocketGamer.Biz which reports that the lion’s share of the revenue has come from users in Japan, who have spent an estimated $73 million on the app since it launched on 17th July last year. The remaining funds have come from users in the US ($17m) and Taiwan ($4m), AppMagic’s data continues.

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