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Ubisoft Financials

Ubisoft reports full year results (Adobe Acrobat format) for their fiscal year ending March 31st, reporting annual sales of €1,007 million, a non-IFRS operating loss of €66 million, and confirming their 2014-15 operating income target. Here are some highlights:

  • The success of Assassin’s Creed 4 Black Flag (more than 11 million sell-in and digital units). Every year, this flagship franchise for the video game industry offers players a highly innovative gaming experience, and generates a steady and very profitable revenue stream.
  • An 18% year-on-year decrease, to €758 million, in sales generated from games for core gamers, due to the release of two major titles in fiscal 2013-14 versus three in 2012-13.
  • A solid performance by Just Dance 2014, with more than 6 million sell-in units.
  • A 24% contraction in sales of casual games, to €249 million.
  • A 32% increase in digital segment revenues, which climbed to €195 million, led by digital distribution and sales of additional content (items and DLC). This segment accounted for 19% of the Group’s total sales in 2013-14.
  • A 1% dip in back-catalog sales, to €229 million. Far Cry 3 recorded nearly 3 million sell-in and digital additional units, demonstrating the franchise's growing importance.

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