Just Dance franchise sells 25 million worldwide

The Just Dance franchise has sold over 25 million units worldwide, Ubisoft has announced today.

Such a figure is according to internal estimates, and was aided by Just Dance 3 which has now sold in excess of 7 million units since October. Players have spent a collective 23 million minutes playing Just Dance 3, dancing to over 7.5 million songs.

Ubisoft games accounted for 64 per cent of the dance game genre across EMEA during 2011, and Just Dance 3 was able to steadily maintain a position in the top five video game sales chart in both the US and Europe.

“The Just Dance franchise continues to be first choice for customers around the world looking for games that let them dance and get the party started in their living rooms”, commented Geoffroy Sardin, chief EMEA sales and marketing officer at Ubisoft. “Our diverse dance game offerings ensure that everyone can find an accessible and enjoyable title regardless of platform, and that we have a broad base upon which to bring new ideas and titles in the years to come.”

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