Nintendo estimates china’s Switch sales at 3 million units, or about 6% of total sales

On January 31st, Nintendo released its 2019 Q3 results, followed by an investor question-and-answer session in which it answered questions about sales of its Switch console. Nintendo said it was “very pleased” with domestic Switch sales, but acknowledged that switch sales at the company, which it works with Tencent, were “not very large” and could take some time to launch.

Nintendo Switch sold 52.48 million units, according to earnings reports, or about 6 percent of domestic Switch sales.

Switch also sold 300 million units, with the top three sales: Mario Racing (22.96 million), “Nintendo Star Fight” (17.68 million), and Super Mario: Odyssey (16.59 million copies), all of which were first-party units.

Among non-first-line IPs, Fire Emblem: Three House sold 2.58 million copies, making it the best-selling series; third-party “Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3” sold 1.02 million copies.

Nintendo estimates china's Switch sales at 3 million units, or about 6% of total sales