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PBA Pro Bowling

PS4

PSN user rating: 76.0% (votes: 147)
Total player count
27,000
as of 19 November 2020
New players
+900
19 Oct – 19 Nov
Returning players
200
Returning players who have earned at least one trophy in the last month.

Archive as of 19 November 2020, no future updates

Total player count by date

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PS4


26,000 players (96%)
earned at least one trophy

<100 accounts
with nothing but PBA Pro Bowling

38 games
the median number of games on accounts with PBA Pro Bowling

2 days
the median retention period (between the first and the last trophy), players without trophies are excluded

Popularity by region

Relative popularity
compared to other regions
Region's share
North America7x more popular76%
Central and South America3x less popular0.7%
Western and Northern Europe2.5x more popular14%
Eastern and Southern Europe1.7x more popular1.5%
Asia25x less popular0.2%
Middle East10x less popular0.2%
Australia and New Zealand4x more popular4%

Popularity by country

Relative popularity
compared to other countries
Country's share
United States3x more popular71%
Australia2.5x more popular4%
Norway2.5x more popular0.7%
Canada2x more popular5%
Belgium2x more popular1.3%
Sweden1.4x more popular0.5%
Netherlandsworldwide average1.1%
United Kingdomworldwide average4%
Germany1.2x less popular2.5%
Poland1.3x less popular0.5%
Russia1.6x less popular0.9%
France1.6x less popular2.5%
New Zealand2x less popular0.2%
Italy2x less popular0.7%
Mexico3x less popular0.4%
Spain4x less popular0.5%
Brazil5x less popular0.4%
Saudi Arabia8x less popular0.2%
Japan20x less popular0.2%
Argentina ~ 0%
Hong Kong ~ 0%
Chile ~ 0%
Emirates ~ 0%
Turkey ~ 0%
China ~ 0%
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Every estimate is ±10% (and bigger for small values).
Please read how it worked and make sure you understand the meaning of data before you jump to conclusions.