Entries in 'financials' (21)
Japanese publishing giant Square Enix has revealed that net sales from its games business shot up 46 per cent over the last year.
Japanese publisher Sega has slashed its fiscal predictions for the year for the second time.
Take-Two has beaten its quarterly revenue expectations by almost $50m, as revealed during its latest financials.
Though it has been a good week for King following its purchase by Activision Blizzard, the firm's financial report for Q3 is probably not as sweet as it might like.
Social games firm Zynga has announced the departure of its chief financial officer in spite of the publisher posting financial results exceeding its expectations.
It continues to be a red letter day for publisher Activision Blizzard.
Sega has revealed that it did not do as well financially as it expected – even with a a reduced fiscal predictions.
Microsoft has said that combined Xbox One and Xbox 360 shipments for its fiscal Q1 were down 17 per cent year-on-year.
Mobile giant King’s revenues and profits have both dipped year-on-year as Candy Crush spending slows.
GAME has increased its gross margins for the second half of its financial year
Consumers might be buying fewer iPads, but Apple’s unlikely to run out of money anytime soon.
The strength of Ubisoft’s core brands and the growth of its digital offerings have seen the publisher outperform its financial targets for the last year.
Square Enix has reported an increase in sales and income for the year ending March 2015.
Publisher Konami has reported a 147 per cent increase in net profit for the year ending March.
Q4 was more prosperous for EA than the publisher had predicted, with GAAP revenues of $1.19bn.
Sony’s latest financials have revealed a bright 12 months for the company’s games business.
The honeymoon period for the new GAME shows no sign of returning with a drop in profit and the news that the retailer’s CFO is stepping down.
FIFA Ultimate Team and SimCity BuildIt helped EA generate $1.1bn in GAAP revenue in the quarter ending December 31st 2014.
Take-Two has once again beaten its quarterly predictions, and has revised its estimations for the fiscal year.
The PlayStation business may be buoyant, but significant struggles in the mobile sector are causing havoc with Sony’s financials.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker has been dated for a January 2015 UK release.