Mobile games publisher Gamevil reached overseas sales of $11.4 million for the third quarter of the 2013 fiscal year. That’s a massive 108 percent increase over last year.
Overall, it saw $19.6 million in sales, $1.8 million in operating profit, and $1.7 million in net profit. That’s a 26 percent increase compared to the same financial period last year.
“Gamevil attributes its growth in core genre sales to its live services,” the publisher stated in a press release sent to GamesBeat. “Titles such as Monster Warlord and Fishing Superstars, which have currently been in the market for more than 16 months, have continued to do well in the box office. Through constant updates and live events, sales have increased 20 percent compared to the previous quarter.”
Gamevil announced today new partnerships with developers from around the world, reflecting the company’s global approach. Players have downloaded Gamevil’s titles over 330 million times.
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