Minecraft has topped the 100m mark, with the block-building title selling on average around 53,000 copies per day in 2016.
The actual total, which is more than likely no longer true, is 106,859,714 copies to date with the game being owned by someone in every country and territory on earth — including Antarctica. Console and mobile versions have outsold the PC version tremendously, surpassing the platform in every continent. The Pocket Version of Minecraft has proved most popular in Asia, accounting for 51% of the game’s sales in the continent.
An infographic celebrating the milestone was shared by the publisher, which you can see below.
Source: God is Geek