The top games in Spain are all in the top 10 in the country’s games market, with Atlético Madrid in second place.

    It is the only European club to be in the Top 10 of the latest edition of the Global Games Ranking, released today.

    Spain is a country of 1.2 billion people, so the top five most popular games are games played by more than half of all the population, according to data from Eurostat.

    There are 10.3 million games sold in Spain, of which 5.5 million are in the market for digital downloads. 

    The most popular game of all time is FIFA 14, with 12.8 million copies sold. 

    It is also the most popular sports game in Spain.

    According to the latest numbers from Eurogamer, Barcelona is the most visited city in the world, with 3.9 million visits per day, followed by Barcelona, Madrid and Madrid’s Olympic Park.

    The most popular holiday destination is Barcelona, with more than 4.5 millions visits.

    It comes as little surprise that the games industry is also on top in Spain: more than a quarter of the countrys revenue comes from the games market. 

    In terms of the top ten games in the markets, Atlétic’s latest FIFA title is second on the list with 6.7 million copies bought in the month of March, while the most recent Call of Duty is third with 4.9. 

    Other big winners include the game Super Mario Maker, which has 5.3million downloads in Spain and is the top-selling game in the region with over 3 million copies. 

    FIFA 14 was first on the FIFA 14 Sales Top 10 list, with 6,715,000 copies sold, followed up by FIFA 16, which sold 2.3m copies.

    Other games with high sales in Spain include Grand Theft Auto V (3.3bn copies sold) and Call of Dutys The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2.2bn copies), while Call of Heroes 2 (1.9bn copies) is also in the list. 

    A new title, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, was released last month, which is the biggest selling game in Spanish history, according Eurogamer. 

    Eurogamer also revealed that Atlética have sold more than 20 million copies of their upcoming FIFA game. 

    Last year, EA released a video that included footage of a soccer match between Real Madrid and Real Madrid FC.

    The match was held in the Spanish capital, with a crowd of 1,500,000 watching the match live.