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Atari Financials

IndustryGamers provides a summary of Atari's financial reports for Fiscal Q1 2010, which concluded on June 30, saying their net revenue dropped about 65% to $24.9 million USD over the same period last year. This is in part due to the release of a single major title (Sandlot Sluggers) during that period, which caused retail revenue to drop to $14 million, compared with $54.2 million in fiscal Q1 2009. Online revenue from Star Trek Online was up about 25%, and word is: "Overall, the company's decision to publish Cryptic's online games bore fruit, with online revenue accounting for 44 percent of total net revenue, versus 4 percent last year." Thanks joao.

2. Re: Atari Financials Jul 25, 2010, 14:50 Ruffiana
God help us all. Cryptic's business model being the MMO factory and cranking out a mediocre MMO in 2 years and then triple dipping into customer's pockets after launch is actually profitable. Buy the game, pay a sub, and pay for bonus content.

As if it wasn't hard enough to get top quality games out of this genre.
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