Friday's Five-Second Facts

James Batchelor
Friday's Five-Second Facts


Read and remember these stats so you can sound clever at the next Monday morning meeting

300,000
The decline in paying subscribers for World of Warcraft between May and July.
Read more: 300,000 depart World of Warcraft

$851m
Activision’s digital revenues for the six months ending June 30th.
Read more: Activision - Our digital business doubles Zynga's

45%
From Dust’s sales lead over Ubisoft’s previous best-selling downloadable games.

£130
The price of the Skyrim Collector’s Edition, which includes an art book, DVD and perching dragon statue.
Read more: Skyrim Collector's Edition costs £130

2.33m
Sega games sold worldwide during Q1, far below it’s performance in 2010.
Read more: Sega's consumer business suffers £30m loss

$24.99
The price of EA Sports’ new Season Ticket service, which gives early access to FIFA 12.
Read more: New EA scheme lets players download FIFA 12 before it hits shelves

30%
Amount of freemium game users that have paid for in-game goods, according to a study by Visa’s PlaySpan and VG Market.

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Tags: Activision , Ubisoft , sega , fifa 12 , zynga , world of warcraft , ea sports , Skyrim , collector's edition , ubisoft financials , activision financials , Facts , Season Ticket , five-second facts , sega financials , from dust

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