LINE’s User-Generated Stickers Make $12m


Line’s user-created stickers have racked up $12m worth of sales in 3 months.

Back in June we reported that Line had made $1.5m in a month, after releasing their LINE Creators Market, which lets users create and sell their own stickers on a marketplace.

They also launched the store across nine more countries, recently adding Korea – making a total of 14 markets.

This week, Line announced that its creator market has drawn in 149,000 creators, of 124 different nationalities. 

30,000 stickers were submitted, and 10,000 sticker sets are currently on sale.

In three months, 12.4m sticker sets have been sold.


Line said: 

“It shows that more than just a few very popular sets make money and that creators can reasonably expect to make a little extra spending money with their own stickers.”

Creators can sell stickers in sets of 40 at $1 dollar, and once they are approved by Line, they receive 50% of the sales. 

Line has already made $338m from selling their own stickers.

The total number of Line stickers sent and received in one day reached a high of 1.8bn.

Simon Edmunds

Simon is the former editor of Global Dating Insights. Born in Newcastle, he has an English degree from Queen Mary, London and after working for the NHS, trained as a journalist with the Press Association. Passionate about music, journalism and Newcastle United.

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