Blade allows you to access open data about any Roblox game, you can track games by simply going to their url on blade, which you can get from the place ID.
Blade shows you live and historical information about active players in games, total visits, likes/dislikes and (estimated) revenue*.
You can use blade as a dashboard to watch statistics about a game, you can also use blade to detect player bots entering and leaving games and liking and disliking games, such as here:
You can see an example of blade running here:
And you can see an example of the premium version here:
Blade is free to use and can be used to track any game, we only estimate revenue if the game has at least 200,000 visits but blade will track live and historical data about visits, live players and likes/dislikes for any game of any size.
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*The methodology for revenue is as follows:
For every gamepass on a game we count the number of new sales in the last 2 minutes and the current price, we add this to the amount earned through this gamepass. To calculate revenue we then sum the amount earned for all gamepasses in a game. We apply the same process to the place itself to calculate revenue from place access sales.
We cannot estimate and therefore don’t currently estimate developer product revenue.