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Bears Can't Drift!?

Total player count
as of 12 January 2020
New players
12 Dec – 12 Jan
MAU (monthly active users)
including new players

Total player count by date

Note: before 10 November 2018 shows the lower bound of the estimate. The chart is getting more accurate with every update.
Usually the starting date is the date of the first trophy earned.

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18,000 players (99%)
earned at least one trophy

<100 accounts
with nothing but Bears Can't Drift!?

62 games
the median number of games on accounts with Bears Can't Drift!?

Popularity by region

Relative popularity
compared to other regions
Region's share
North America1.4x more popular41%
Central and South America2.5x less popular2.5%
Western and Northern Europe1.8x more popular37%
Eastern and Southern Europe1.8x more popular4%
Asia25x less popular0.6%
Middle East1.6x less popular3%
Australia and New Zealand4x more popular10%

Popularity by country

Relative popularity
compared to other countries
Country's share
Sweden4x more popular3%
Finland4x more popular1.4%
New Zealand4x more popular3%
Romania3x more popular0.8%
Denmark2.5x more popular1.4%
Australia2.5x more popular7%
Switzerland1.8x more popular1.1%
Ireland1.7x more popular1.1%
Canada1.5x more popular6%
Norway1.5x more popular0.8%
Austria1.4x more popular0.8%
United Kingdom1.4x more popular14%
Netherlandsworldwide average2%
Emiratesworldwide average1.1%
Poland1.2x less popular1.1%
United States1.3x less popular35%
Germany1.5x less popular5%
Saudi Arabia1.5x less popular2%
Belgium1.5x less popular0.8%
Russia1.7x less popular1.7%
Mexico1.8x less popular1.1%
Colombia2x less popular0.3%
Portugal2x less popular0.3%
France3x less popular3%
Chile3x less popular0.3%
Italy4x less popular0.8%
Spain4x less popular1.1%
Argentina5x less popular0.3%
Brazil7x less popular0.6%
Hong Kong10x less popular0.3%
Japan25x less popular0.3%
Turkey ~ 0%
China ~ 0%
South Korea ~ 0%
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Every estimate is ±10% (and bigger for small values).
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