Nintendo is celebrating a milestone with Wii sales, as the console recently managed to break one million units sold – in Canada. While Nintendo's worldwide sales of the Wii are around the 23 million mark, having over a million sold in Canada is encouraging to Nintendo and the future of the Wii. Canada has a population just under 34 million, so you can assume that one out of every 34 Canadians now owns a Wii.
That's a pretty good ratio, and has the Wii one-upping the PS3 and Xbox 360 in Canada still. It also demonstrates a considerable growth in gaming adoption in Canada. These sales figures are a welcome bit of good news for the company, as opposed to the discovery last week that Nintendo was once again getting sued over their incredibly popular console.