Which country plays gacha neon most?
Gacha games are in all-time high popularity lately, and that means many things for the genre. Not only that there are more and more Gacha games released every day, but also that there are different versions and sequels of pre-existing ones now that they have become more popular.
The reason why I say “different” is because some games are still being developed by their original developers, and some of them even went through changes from the previous iterations. And some are mods and even fan-made sequels to already existing games (such as Gacha Fever).
It’s no surprise that Japan is one country with a huge amount of fans and players, so it would make sense if we saw them playing the most Gacha Neon. But what’s surprising is that Japan does not even make it to the top countries that play Gacha Neon, the mod, and sequel of the very popular Gacha Life.
And that may be due to the game not being recommended directly on the app stores when you go and check out other gacha games. Instead of this, you need want to look for the game to find it. So to see where our beloved Gacha Neon is ranked, we had to do some outside research. And the results are most interesting, and not what we expected to see.
But we are equally surprised and pleased to see that the Gacha game fever is expanding all over the globe to new markets where we had previously not heard of such a strong penetration of the genre in the markets. So, which are the countries that play Gacha Neon the most?
Here’s List And Percentage
-Number 1: India (30.76%) – As you can see, the Indian audience is most interested in Gacha Neon. This could be due to how similar the gameplay is to the traditional Gacha Games that are popular in the marketplace, but with significantly lower expenses involved. We know that the gacha game world can become quite the money black hole for some people, so this might be a good option for some.
-Number 2: Australia (21.98%) – The Australians love their gacha games just like any other nation. But unlike most others, they seem to prefer non-Japanese games, which makes us wonder if there might be something in the Australian culture that supports that preference.
-Number 3: Philippines (18.49%) – Filipinos are also very fond of gacha games, and they play them very frequently. And since this Gacha Neon offers so much customization and such an active player base, this game is very attractive thanks to the lower-expense experience it offers.
-Number 4: United Kingdom (15.73%) – British gamers seem to enjoy a gacha game with a little less emphasis on social interaction than most other nations’ players. And like Australia, they seem to favor non-Japanese games.
-Number 5: Saudi Arabia (13.83%) – Now this one came out as a shocker, it’s not often we see Saudi Arabia in one of these lists, but alas here we are!
As a side note on this data, we have to make clear that it’s strictly based on the countries that have access to the gachaneon.net site to download the game. The data was obtained thanks to similarweb.com, a data aggregator site that keeps track of this kind of info.