According to Market Research firm Niko Partners and its analyst Daniel Ahmad, Tencent’s china-owned Nintendo Switch console sold an estimated 50,000 units on its first day.
The figure of 50,000 is based on data released by online retail channels and Niko Partners’ own market model. According to reports, JD.com’s official flagship stores sold more than 20,000, with 47 percent of its customers aged between 16 and 25, while Tmall was similar, with 75 percent of buyers under the age of 30.
In addition, Niko Partners said, a lot of the first start ingress National NS players, originally had the hand of the outer suit NS. According to the first day of sales of 50,000, it is expected that by the end of 2019, The National Bank of China NS sales will exceed 100,000 units.
The analyst claims that by 2022, Nintendo Switch will replace the PS4, which is a first-step login to the domestic market, as a leader in both the formal/grey channels of the Chinese host market.