Pokemon Go earnings have declined since the start of the year
Pokemon Go developer Niantic could do with a boost following the latest earnings reveal.
Earlier this year it was revealed that Pokemon Go was making £101.07 per minute and over £6,000 an hour.
Music Magpie has followed this up with new research that suggests Pokemon Go's in-game earnings are on the decline.
According to the new research, Pokemon Go now makes £94.78 per minute and over £5,600 an hour.
The study claims that daily users have taken the biggest hit, as the app is now said to average 501,892 daily players.
That's compared to 1,626,921 average daily users between July 2016 and November 2016.
It's still an impressive figure, and one that's likely to grow if the rumours of a Legendary update and Fire and Ice event are true.
Pokemon Go 2017 Wishlist: Legendary, seasonal events, new Pokemon Plus Wed, May 3, 2017
POKEMON GO developer Niantic MUST add these features in 2017 if the app is to continue as a success.
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Pokemon Go 2017 Wishlist Gallery
Rumours have suggested that the Pokemon Go Fire and Ice event will be launching the week of E3 2017.
The Fire and Ice event is said to have a June 13 start date and 9pm BST start time.
The week long event is expected to end of June 20 at 9pm BST.
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Fans will reportedly earn bonuses for Nice, Great, and Excellent Throws, as well as Curveballs and First Throws.
No doubt there will also be an abundance of Fire and Ice Pokemon, although nothing has been confirmed so far.
PokeLand gameplay screenshots for new Pokemon iOS and Android release Sun, May 28, 2017
POKELAND is the new Pokemon Rumble-inspired game for iOS and Android smartphones.
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PokeLand iOS Android Pokemon gameplay
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The news comes just days after the Pokemon Company announced PokeLand for iOS and Android. You can check out gameplay screenshots above…
Sharing similarities with Pokemon Rumble on Nintendo Wii, players must traverse islands and collect toy Pokemon.
The release of PokeLand should provide an even bigger financial boost for the Pokemon Company, which has just posted record profits.
Thanks to the release of Pokemon Go and Pokemon Sun and Moon, company profits soared to $143 million for the last financial year.
That's compared to $5.6 million for the previous year, $18.4 million for the year before that, and $10.6 million for the one before that.