Infogrames sales up 80 per cent

Infogrames has posted a 79.8 per cent revenue rise for the quarter ending June 30th, with first quarter sales at 90.1 million euros.

Infogrames stated in a release that its success has been down to the performance of Alone In The Dark and Dragonball Z, alongside a 208.6 per cent sales jump in the US.

"I am pleased with our Q1 sales which have been driven by having two hit products, Alone in the Dark and Dragon Ball Z,” said CEO David Gardner.

It sets the pace for the rest of the year and gives us the time to begin our publishing turnaround as the next key step to revitalising the brand and company. I’m particularly pleased with the trajectory of our US business. Jim Wilson has put together a great team to help drive up our business results and regain our standing in this key market."

Infogrames maintains its revenue guidance of 12-18 per cent growth for the financial year.

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