PUBG Mobile continued to be the top-grossing app from a Chinese manufacturer overseas in July, according to market research firm App Annie.
FunPlus' "State of Survival" moved into third place, largely due to a 38 percent increase in US revenue from the previous month.
TikTok, a short-form video app that bounces around bytes, also made the list, coming in at No. 25.
Data released earlier this week by mobile app analytics platform Sensor Tower showed that TikTok and its Chinese version, Douyin, keep staying at the top of the global non-game mobile app revenue charts.
TikTok and Douyin generated more than $102 million in global App Store and Google Play revenue in July, 8.6 times that of the same period of last year, according to Sensor Tower.
About 89% of the revenue comes from Douyin. The US market ranked second in terms of revenue, contributing 6% of the total.