SayGames announces 2 billion downloads, $10 million hypercasual dev program

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Hypercasual mobile game publisher SayGames said its 40 games have been downloaded more than two billion times, including a billion downloads during 2020 alone. And now the company is starting a $10 million developer growth program for 2021.

I’ve never heard of the Minsk, Belarus-based company, but measurement firm Sensor Tower confirms that its games have been downloaded more than two billion times. The big hits include hypercasual titles — those you can play in a minute or so — such as Johnny Trigger, Sand Balls, and others.

The $10 million developer growth program will help independent game development studios showcase their hit games with SayGames’ publishing expertise.

SayGames launched 20 titles