Sega has a good financial start going into 2014


It seems that Sega is still doing well since it’s last financial announcement  released by Sega Sammy, there parent company. Sega Sammy announced that their net sales totaled 162.21 billion yen ($1.65 billion) at the end of September 2013, which is an 18.8% jump from last year. Their operating income had a 57.1% increase to 12.4 billion yen and their net income raised 192.2% at 11.35 billion yen. Any improvement is good, but over 100% is really really good.

Even though Sega has focused a good bit of their efforts towards mobile games, their physical games sold 3.23 million copies worldwide, which was greatly helped by Total War: Rome 2 selling 800,000 units.

So Sega has been doing well for the beginning of this fiscal year. The detailed numbers can be seen in this report.

[Source: Polygon]

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