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The Ultimate Battle of the Sexes: Quiz & Play!

PS3
Total player count
16,000
as of 25 October 2020
New players
+0
25 Sep – 25 Oct
Returning players
0

Total player count by date

Note: so far, the chart is not accurate before 1 June 2018.
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PS3


8,700 players (56%)
earned at least one trophy

~100% players
have other games besides The Ultimate Battle of the Sexes: Quiz & Play! on their account

40 games
the median number of games on accounts with The Ultimate Battle of the Sexes: Quiz & Play!

Popularity by region

Relative popularity
compared to other regions
Region's share
North America5x more popular1.6%
Central and South America2x more popular0.3%
Western and Northern Europe320x more popular96%
Eastern and Southern Europe50x more popular1%
Asia0%
Middle East0%
Australia and New Zealand0%

Popularity by country

Relative popularity
compared to other countries
Country's share
Austria9x more popular4%
Germany8x more popular53%
Belgium6x more popular8%
Netherlands4x more popular8%
Switzerland3x more popular1.9%
France1.5x more popular18%
Italyworldwide average2.5%
Polandworldwide average1%
Portugal2.5x less popular0.3%
United Kingdom9x less popular1.3%
Brazil13x less popular0.3%
Canada15x less popular0.3%
Spain15x less popular0.3%
United States35x less popular1.3%
Japan ~ 0%
Saudi Arabia ~ 0%
Mexico ~ 0%
Australia ~ 0%
Russia ~ 0%
Argentina ~ 0%
Chile ~ 0%
Sweden ~ 0%
New Zealand ~ 0%
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