The number of subscribers to EVE Online has grown by over 10% in the last year, according to the latest economic report.
The eve quarterly economic report is a document that is released by CCP every three months. It gives insight into how the game’s economy has been doing in the past quarter.
A Redditor used a statistic from EVE Online’s July economic report to figure out some potential subscriber numbers, which we reported on last month. In that article, the Redditor Angry Mustache pointed out that the data was flawed and that a more complete picture will be accessible once August’s economic report arrived.
That report has now gone online, implying that the “redeemed ISK tokens” section of the ISK Sinks and Faucets graph may once again be used to estimate the number of subscribers. According to Angry Mustache, the 9.4 trillion ISK from July and the 16.5 trillion ISK from August equates to a minimum of 110K Omega accounts that took advantage of the free space money offer, netting CCP Games approximately $1.2 million USD each month in subscription income.
As previously, this doesn’t account for factors in the data such as Omega players simply not collecting or cashing in all of the given stipends, but it does provide a window. Angry Mustache also offers some educated predictions about what the month’s econ report means about the current war’s moves, especially for Delve and Papi, so anyone interested in that pulse should read up and debate.
The eve online economy worth is a topic that has been speculated for a while. In the August economic report, it was revealed that at least 110K players are subscribed to the game based on the revenue generated from subscriptions and in-game purchases.
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