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Supercell Japan advertises to improve today’s top-ten rank in Japan’s i-Phone/iOS App-Store

Supercell Japan is not satisfied with 10th rank for Clash of Clans in the Japanese iPhone app store…

by Gerhard Fasol

Report on Japan’s game makers and game markets

Japan is the world’s No. 1 top grossing app market both for iOS apps and for Android apps, as we discussed before.

Supercell Japan: investments by SoftBank and GungHo

Supercell recently opened operations in Japan, and attracted major investment by SoftBank and SoftBank affiliate Gung-Ho.

Supercell advertising Clash of Clans in Tokyo Shibuya - one of the world's busiest rail stations
Supercell advertising Clash of Clans in Tokyo Shibuya – one of the world’s busiest rail stations

Supercell currently advertises with large scale posters on the platforms of one of the busiest rail stations globally, Tokyo-Shibuya. Currently Supercell’s “Clash of Clans” is ranked on No. 10 position of top grossing iPhone Apps for all categories combined, while GungHo’s “Puzzle & Dragons” is on No. 1 (Gung-Ho is investor in SuperCell).

Supercell Japan on rank 10 in the top grossing ranking of the iPhone app store:

“Top Grossing” ranking in the iPhone AppStore for all categories combined:

  1. Puzzle & Dragon by GungHo Online Entertainment
  2. Monsterstrike by mixi
  3. LINE Pokopang by Naver Japan
  4. Brave Frontier by Alim
  5. PyuoPuyo!! Quest by Sega
  6. Dragon Poker by Asobism
  7. Disney Tsumu Tsumu by Naver Japan
  8. Pro Yakyu Pride 2014 by Colopl
  9. LINE by Naver Japan
  10. Clash of Clans by Supercell
Clash of Clans advertising on the platform of one of the world's busiest rail stations - Tokyo/Shibuya
Clash of Clans advertising on the platform of one of the world’s busiest rail stations – Tokyo/Shibuya

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SoftBank Shibuya flagship store

On September 29, 2006, a few days before the official name change from Vodafone KK to SoftBank Mobile, SoftBank opened the rebranded Shibuya flagship store:

Rebranding the flagship store in Shibuya from Vodafone to SoftBank after SoftBank acquired Vodafone KK and changed the name to SoftBank Mobile
Rebranding the flagship store in Shibuya from Vodafone to SoftBank after SoftBank acquired Vodafone KK and changed the name to SoftBank Mobile

Because of the crowded streets in Shibuya most of the building work was done during the night:

Rebranding the former Vodafone flagship store in Shibuya from Vodafone to SoftBank, after SoftBank acquired Vodafone KK
Rebranding the former Vodafone flagship store in Shibuya from Vodafone to SoftBank, after SoftBank acquired Vodafone KK

More about SoftBank in our “SoftBank Report”

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