Niantic's eagerly anticipated Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is off to a reasonably good start, but still sits in the shadow of Pokémon Go.
That's according to Sensor Tower data, which reports the game racked up around 400,000 installs in its first 24 hours after launching in the US and UK on Friday.
Player spending across the App Store and Google Play reached at least $300,000 during the same period.
However, Sensor Tower notes that at the same point after its launch, Pokémon Go has been installed around 7.5 million times in the US (it didn't launch in the UK until the following week). It had also generated around $2 million in player spending.