Entries in 'revenue' (166)
An internet rental specialist has promised to share its used game profits with publishers.
Sales for the DC Universe MMO has jumped sevenfold in around twenty days since the game turned free, according to new data.
Tencent, the owner of successful internet and mobile games developer Riot Games, has posted another set of astronomical numbers.
Grand Theft Auto publisher Take-Two has reported a drop in revenues and increased losses for the quarter ending September 30th.
Call of Duty and World of Warcraft publisher Activision has reported a near tripling of profits for the quarter ending September 30th.
Zynga’s revenue for the third calendar quarter nearly doubled to reach a new record, but the firm’s exorbitant investments continue to squeeze profits.
Strong sales of futuristic sci-fi hack ‘n’ slash outing Warhammer 40, 000: Space Marine helped THQ to post a stronger than expected Q2.
Japanese gaming giant Sega Sammy Holdings has reported a fall in both revenue and profit for the six months ending September 30th.
Publisher EA has published higher than anticipated sales numbers for its financial Q2 ending September 30th 2012.
Microsoft’s Entertainment and Devices Division has reported another annual revenue increase, though falling Xbox 360 sales hint that perhaps thoughts in some quarters have turned to the next generation.
Electronic Arts has netted 1m UK sales of FIFA in record time.
Nearly half of game retail’s annual revenues will come from just one fifth of the calendar year.
Casual games giant and CityVille publisher Zynga has reported a slight slow down in growth for the first time in its history during its June quarter.
Nearly three quarters of all App Store revenue comes from in-app item sales, new data suggests.
French developer Quantic Dream has estimated that it lost anywhere between €5m and €10m to pre-owned sales of its PS3 hit Heavy Rain.
Retail giant GameStop saw year-on-year profit fall from $40.3m to $30.9m during its fiscal quarter ending July 30th.
UK retail finally enjoyed a slight rise as it generated £11.2m from game sales this week. That is a five per cent increase compared to last week’s £10.7m.
The traditional gaming sector’s current digital crusader, EA, has reported a stellar digital performance for its fiscal Q1 ending June 30th.
EA will smash its $1bn digital target this year, analysts have predicted.It follows the publisher’s $750m to $1.3bn acquisition of PopCap. The move means EA is now back as the ...
Take-Two has reported a 49 per cent increase in revenues year-on-year for the 12 months ending March 31st.
Operating income at Namco Bandai rocketed by 767 per cent to YEN 16,338m for the year ending March 31st 2011, the publisher has reported.
The evergreen Call of Duty IP has lead Activision to a stronger than expected quarter, with both sales and revenue up year-on-year.
Leading execs from two of the world's biggest publishers have downplayed the economic impact that the collapse of PSN has had on their companies.
Publisher EA has reported an annual loss for its last financial year of $276m – that's a 59 per cent improvement on the $677m lost in the year before.
THQ has reported losses of $136.1m for its 2011 financial year. This is significantly more than the $9m loss posted for fiscal 2010.