€ 171 million fine and publisher reports revenue for the EU limits and net income € 13.3 million or 2% growth
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Focus Home Interactive has reported its full year results, showing a significant bump into sales is not reflected on the bottom line.
For the year ended March 31, Focus Home Interactive to 20% of the revenue to € 171 million ($ 204 million).
While the company reported some success with a new release SnowRunner (which sold 1 million copies within a month), and a pandemic blamed for striking its development pipeline, saying, “Given the health of the fiscal year was less dense in terms of new releases.”
19 COVID, and was blamed for the cancellation of several projects, with the publisher saying: “pandemic at all operating conditions,” what kept them from meeting expected standards.
Fortunately, the back catalog sales increased 63% year-over-year growth factors driving the overall sales offset their support.
Focus Interactive digital ugly most valid reason 89% 59% lorem income in the previous year.
At the bottom line, is less impressive growth, with the publisher reporting net income € 13.3 million up to 2% ($ 15.9 million). The company was noted in the number of harm € 3 million ($ 3.6 million) it received from the European Commission in January Finally, it is against the law restricting cross-border sales to the EU’s single market and the abundance of the games.
For the current year, forecasting revenues to be there anyway Focus Home Interactive to € 150 million ($ 179 million) to € 200 million ($ 239 million).