Pokemon Home Player Count and Stats (2024)

Pokemon Home player count Stats and FactsHere are a few of the most interesting Pokémon Home facts and stats I was able to dig up. As always, be sure to check back in the future as I will be updating this post as new and updated stats become available.

Number of Pokemon Home users:

7 million installs

Last updated 8/18/20

Amount of player spending on Pokemon Home during its first month:

$2.6 million

Amount of player spending on Pokemon Home during its first 6 months:

$5.5 million

Number of Pokemon Home users on Android devices:

4.5 million installs

Last updated 8/18/20

Number of Pokemon Home users on Apple devices:

2.5 million installs

Last updated 8/18/20

Number of Pokemon Home users in the US:

1.8 million installs

Last updated 8/18/20

Number of Pokemon Home installs in its first week:

1.3 million installs

That’s all for now. Check back soon as we put the release date in the rear-view mirror and start seeing some numbers.

Game Description

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“Pokemon Home” is a cloud-based service developed by The Pokemon Company. It was launched on February 12, 2020, and is available on Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android devices.

The primary purpose of “Pokemon Home” is to serve as a central hub for Pokemon trainers to store, trade, and manage their Pokemon across multiple games and platforms. It allows players to transfer Pokemon from various Pokemon games, including the main series games on Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch, as well as the mobile game “Pokemon GO.”

Key features of “Pokemon Home” include:

1. Pokemon Storage: Players can store up to 6,000 Pokemon in the cloud-based storage system. This feature provides a convenient way for players to manage and organize their Pokemon collections without being restricted by the capacity of individual games.

2. National Pokedex: “Pokemon Home” includes a National Pokedex, allowing players to see information about all Pokemon species from various generations. Players can view the Pokemon’s details, including its moves, abilities, and regional forms.

3. Wonder Box and GTS (Global Trade System): These features enable players to trade Pokemon with others worldwide. In the Wonder Box, players can deposit a Pokemon and receive a random Pokemon from another player. The GTS allows players to request specific Pokemon they want and offer their Pokemon in exchange.

4. Room Trade: “Pokemon Home” offers a multiplayer feature called Room Trade, where players can create or join a room and trade Pokemon with other participants in real-time.

5. Judge Function: This feature allows players to analyze their Pokemon’s Individual Values (IVs), helping them determine the Pokemon’s strengths and potential in battles.

6. Trade Evolution: “Pokemon Home” allows players to perform trade-evolutions for Pokemon that typically require trading to evolve, even without a physical trade partner.

7. Mystery Gifts: “Pokemon Home” occasionally offers special Mystery Gifts, providing players with unique Pokemon or items to enhance their collection.

“Pokemon Home” provides seamless connectivity between various Pokemon games, making it easier for players to bring their favorite Pokemon to new adventures. It has become an essential tool for Pokemon trainers, facilitating Pokemon trading, storage, and exploration of the vast world of Pokemon.

Game Details

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