Nexon has released its financials for its Q2 FY17 for the three months ending June 30th 2017.
It posted revenues of $431.7 million for the quarter, up 23% year-on-year. It also saw profits of $178.3 million, up an impressive 157% year-on-year.
Breaking this down further, its mobile division generated $105.7 million in revenues, up 25% year-on-year. 30% of these revenues came from sales in Japan alone.
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Its mobile success in Japan largely came from Heroes of Incredible Tales, despite a quarter-on-quarter decline in revenues due to heavy promotion in its Q1. However, the majority of Nexon's revenues came from the continued success of PC game Dungeon&Fighter in China.
Nexon did see impressive growth in its "Europe and Others" category, which includes South America and Asia. Revenues jumped up 114% year-on-year in the region to $38.2 million, mainly due to Dynasty Warriors Unleashed finding success in Southeast Asia.
Looking ahead, Nexon has launched Titanfall: Assault and Battlejack in the West along with Lego Quest & Collect and Dark Avenger 3 in South Korea. It is also continuing development on its Dungeon&Fighter mobile game for the China market.