Publisher posts strong fiscal year results despite a drop in sales

Sega manages profit amid sales slump

Sega Sammy Holdings has posted a year-on-year increase of almost 200 per cent for its fiscal year ending March 31.

Profits hit £151.8m in the period, up from a loss of £171.3m in the same period last year, while total sales were down 10.4 per cent year-on-year.

These figures take all of Sega Sammy’s business avenues into account including arcade machines, amusement facilities, video games and gambling slot machines.

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