Mixi revenues grow to $437.1 million as Monster Strike nudges 40 million downloads

New game Fight League also has a solid opening week

Mixi revenues grow to $437.1 million as Monster Strike nudges 40 million downloads

Mixi has released its financials for its Q1 FY18 for the three months ending June 30th 2017.

It posted sales of $437.1 million for the quarter, up 1.9% year-on-year. Profits also rose by 1% to $124.3 million for the period.

Breaking this down further, sales for its entertainment segment, which largely consists of Monster Strike and its related products, came to $407.4 million for the quarter. This represents a 2.2% growth year-on-year.

Striking again

Monster Strike remains Mixi's main product, backed up by in-game events, an anime that has seen over 200 million views worldwide on YouTube, and a new online XFLAG store. The game is also edging ever closer to reaching 40 million unique downloads.

It wasn't all Monster Strike, however – Mixi also launched Fight League during its Q1. The game scored over one million downloads just over a week after it was first launched.

While Monster Strike remains a popular game in Asia, it didn't find the same level of success in the West. Mixi shut the game down in the US on August 1st due to a lack of interest in the region.


Ric is the Editor of, having started out as a Staff Writer on the site back in 2015. He received an honourable mention in both the MCV and Develop 30 Under 30 lists in 2016 and refuses to let anyone forget about it.


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