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SouthPeak revenues and income jump

North American publisher SouthPeak has announced the results for its fiscal quarter ending December 31st, showing revenues of $17.3m – a rise of 76 per cent from $4.2m in the same quarter of 2007. Net income was up too, hitting $1.2m – nearly a million up on the $281,000 net …

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Sony: PS3 is still on track

Japanese electronics giant Sony has insisted that despite the f alling annual sales of its PS3 console , it is still on track to sell ten million units by the end of its financial year March 31st. The exact year-to-date sales of the console are not known, though Sony has …

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Xbox celebrates profitable year as 360 hardware sales rise

Microsoft’s Entertainment and Devices Division, which includes its Xbox 360 and Zune operations, has announced its first full year of profitable operations, with the fiscal year ending June 30th ’08 bringing $426 million in profit. This compares to the $1.9 billion loss the Division suffered in the previous fiscal year. …

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Ubisofts 2008-2009 forecast nudges 1bn

Ubisoft has predicted that it will achieve a whopping €975 million in sales during fiscal year 2008-2009. The forecast is driven by the release of four new brands in the period, including Tom Clancy’s EndWar, seven franchise releases including Brothers in Arms, Far Cry 2 and Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell …

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$7m net loss for THQ in Q2

THQ has revealed its fiscal results for its second quarter, reporting a net loss of $7 million. The figure compares poorly to the $11.6 million reported for the same period a year ago. However, the company said that the loss was consistent with its revised financial guidance. The firm’s total …

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Vivendi Games’ Q2 earnings rise 91.9%

French telecoms and media group Vivendi has posted a 48.6 per cent year-on-year drop in earnings for its second quarter – but its games division has reported a whopping 91.9 per cent jump in operating profit. The firm’s overall sales grew 7.4 per cent year-on-year to €5.2 billion, up from …

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