The Nintendo Humble Bundle Sold $750,000 Across Two Weeks

Nintendo’s unprecedented partnership with Humble Bundle has seen its first sale come to a close today, and the results are pouring in. Since its May 26th launch, over 82,500 individual packages were sold, generating $750,000 in revenue, with the average price paid for a bundle was $9.16.

The top contributor was Nintendo’s own Damon Baker, pledging in $500, followed by the developers PlayEveryWare with $225, and Choice Provisions at $200.

Nintendo had been courting Humble Bundle for six months prior to have a sale such as this, and now it has proven itself on consoles. Perhaps we should expect to see more of these Humble Bundles in the future.

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