Entries in 'revenue' (174)
Take-Two has reported a near doubling of revenue of $415.8m for the quarter ending December 31st 2012.
Future PLC has announced digital revenue growth of 24 per cent for its most recent financial quarter.
EA has reported a decline in revenues for FY13 Q3 with a surge in digital sales unable to offset a decline in physical games sales.
Online retailer Amazon has reported a sharp drop in net income for the three months ending December 31st.
Sony Online Entertainment president John Smedley has said that 70 per cent of the company’s revenues come from PS3.
Publisher and media group Future has reported normalised operating profit of £6.9m for the year ending September 30th.
International games retail giant GameStop has reported a decline in physical sales but a boost in digital for the quarter ending October 27th.
One of the more popular iOS games of late has been forced to drop its free-to-play model and instead ask players to pay up front.
Japanese social games giant DeNA has reported a 45 per cent jump in quarterly revenue to $627m.
The age of excess is clearly over. UK games firms are spending £99m on advertising this Christmas, MCV can reveal.
The New Xbox feels a lot closer this morning than it did last night.
NaturalMotion has revealed that its free-to-play iOS game CSR Racing grossed in excess of $12m in its first month.
A jump in both iPad and iPhone sales has lead to a strong quarter for Apple, although its numbers fell short of analyst’s expectations.
A digital-only games industry may yet still be a little way off, but retail bosses will take no solace from the giddy excitement with which EA Labels boss Frank Gibeau ...
UK PS3 owners are more willing to pay for digital content than Xbox gamers.
A new report from DFC Intelligence predicts that digitally distributed games will account for 66 per cent of total overall games revenue by 2017.
Future PLC has revealed strong digital revenue growth in its interim results for the half-year ended March 31st 2012.
It might be a tough market out there, but Japanese publisher Square Enix has enjoyed a strong year.
It may not have impressed critics, but Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City has delivered the goods for Capcom at retail.
New US online retailer EKGaming has made a remarkable pledge – to share ten per cent of its pre-owned revenues with publishers.
GameStop has reported a 3.6 per cent decline in like-for-like store sales for its fiscal fourth quarter.
UK developer Splash Damage has said that 2011 release Brink has sold in excess of 2.5m units worldwide, generating revenue of around $120-140m.
Good news for Namco Bandai this morning – the publisher has claimed the lion’s share of Japanese software revenues for the second month in a row.
The Consumer Products & Services division of Sony, which houses amongst other things its PlayStation business, has reported a loss of $1.009bn for the quarter ending December 31st 2011.
You could almost smell the desperation in some quarters of the game press for EA’s Star Wars: The Old Republic to fail. Well guess what? It’s been a huge hit.