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Mobile games industry financials calendar 2019

Rounding up the key dates and reports to keep you on top of the mobile business
Mobile games industry financials calendar 2019

Mobile gaming is continuously on the rise. In fact according to Newzoo it's the largest segmented of the $134.9 billion games market, making up $63.2 billion.

It's safe to say then that companies around the globe are making big money in the sector. But keeping track of it all and how each company is performing can be difficult.

Thankfully the majority of these companies trade on several different stock exchanges, meaning every quarter the revenue is uploaded to the web for anyone to read until their heart’s content.

Show me the money

Though trudging through all the pages and pages of documents can be a chore. So for 2019 we’ve created a mobile games industry financials calendar which we’ll update accordingly each quarter to help make things easier.

You'll find announcement dates, links to the financial reports and to our own coverage, summarising the key takeaways fron the documents and investor meetings.

Click here to see the financial reports ending December 31st 2018.

Click here to see the financial reports ending March 31st 2019.

Guide to the mobile games industry financials ending March 31st 2019

In this list below, all of the recent and upcoming financial reports are laid out for the mobile games industry. We will be updating this accordingly as the year progresses.

The list is in chronological order.

April 24th

Cyberagent

Cyberagent Investor Relations website

April 25th

Nintendo

Nintendo mobile division sales up 17% to $412m in FY2019

Nintendo Investors Relations website

Rovio

Angry Birds 2 and Dream Blast drive up Rovio games revenue to $74m in Q1

Here’s how much money Rovio’s mobile games are making

Rovio Investors Relations website

April 26th

Gree

Gree Investors Relations website

Next Games

Next Games Investors Relations website

Sega Sammy

Sega Sammy Investors Relations website

Sony

Sony Investors Relations website

April 29th

Alphabet (Google)

Alphabet Investors Relations website

April 30th

Apple

Apple sales and profits fall as services gains fail to make up for hardware decline

Apple Investor Relations website

May 1st

Animoca Brands

Animoca raises $3.3 million and acquires German developer Stryking

Animoca Brands invests $2 million in creative networking platform Talenthouse

Animoca Investor Relations website

Zynga

Zynga posts record mobile bookings of $341m in Q1 2019 thanks to Empires & Puzzles and Merge Dragons

Zynga Investors Relations website

May 2nd

Activision Blizzard

King revenue falls year-on-year to $529m despite growth in MAUs

Activision Blizzard Investors Relations website

May 3rd

G5 Entertainment

G5 Entertainment Investors Relations website

May 6th

Glu Mobile

Glu Mobile Investors Relations website

May 7th

Capcom

Capcom Investors Relations website

Electronic Arts

Electronic Arts Investors Relations website

May 8th

Colopl

Colopl Investors Relations website

Stillfront Group

Stillfront Group Investors Relations website

May 9th

Bandai Namco

Bandai Namco Investors Relations website

Konami

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links summons more than 90 million downloads worldwide

Konami Investors Relations website

May 10th

DENA

DENA Investors Relations website

NCSoft

NCSoft Investors Relations website

Netmarble (Estimated date)

Netmarble Investors Relations website

Nexon

Nexon Investors Relations website

Mixi

Mixi Investors Relations website

May 11th

Square Enix

Square Enix Investors Relations website

May 13th

GungHo

GungHo Investors Relations website

Take-Two Interactive

Take-Two Interactive Investors Relations website

May 15th

NetEase

Tencent and NetEase see non-China mobile game revenue soar 500%

NetEase Investors Relations website

Tencent

Mobile was monumental in earning Tencent $19 billion in games revenue

Tencent Investors Relations website

Ubisoft

Ubisoft mobile bookings soar 77.6 per cent over the first three-quarters of the publisher’s FY2019

Ubisoft Investors Relations website

20th May

Keyword Studios

Keyword Studios Investors Relations website

Guide to the mobile games industry financials ending December 31st 2018

In this list below, all of the recent and upcoming financial reports are laid out for the mobile games industry. We will be updating this accordingly as the year progresses.

The list is in chronological order.

January 29th

Apple

iPhone revenue drops 15% year-on-year as Apple looks to services

Apple Investor Relations website

 

January 30th

CyberAgent

CyberAgent Investor Relations website

 

January 31st

Animoca Brands

Animoca Brands ends a record year with Q4 revenue of $4.6 million

Animoca Investor Relations website

Konami

Sports games score big sales for Konami as revenue tops $1.76 billion for the last nine months

Konami Investor Relations website

Nintendo

Nintendo posts strong quarter despite lowering Switch Sales estimate to 17m for the year

Nintendo Investor Relations website

 

February 1st

GungHo

GungHo Investor Relations website

Sony

Sony Investor Relations website

 

February 4th

Alphabet (Google)

Alphabet (Google) Investor Relations website

Capcom

Capcom Investor Relations website

Glu Mobile

Design Home generates $158 million in 2018 as Glu Mobile closes in on profitability 

Glu Investor Relations website

Gree

Gree Investor Relations website

February 5th

Electronic Arts

EA mobile downbeat on year-end earnings in face of "increasingly challenging" market

Electronic Arts Investor Relations website

Sega Sammy

Sega Sammy Investor Relations website

Square Enix

Square Enix Investor Relations website

February 6th

Bandai Namco

Dragon Ball Legends drives a strong Q3 2019 performance for publisher Bandai Namco

Bandai Namco Investor Relations website

Colopl

Colopl Investor Relations website

InnoGames

InnoGames revenue at all-time high as mobile sales grow 37% in 2018

InnoGames website

Take-Two Interactive

Take-Two Interactive Investor Relations website

Zynga

Zynga Investor Relations website

 

February 7th

DENA

DENA Investor Relations website

Mixi

Mixi Investor Relations website

 

February 12th

Activision Blizzard

Activision Blizzard Investor Relations website

NCSoft

Mobile grows while PC declines in NCSoft’s Q4 financial results

NCSoft Investor Relations website

Nexon

Nexon Investor Relations website

 

February 13th

G5 Entertainment

G5 Entertainment Investor Relations website

NetMarble

NetMarble Investor Relations website

February 14th

Rovio

Angry Birds 2 Q4 gross bookings up 77 per cent year-on-year as Rovio reports record quarter for games business

Rovio Investor Relations website

Ubisoft

Ubisoft Investor Relations website

Vivendi

Vivendi Investor Relations website

 

February 15th

Next Games

Next Games Investor Relations website

 

February 20th

NetEase

NetEase Investor Relations website

 

February 22nd

Stillfront Group

Stillfront Investor Relations website

March 21st

Tencent

Tencent Investor Relations website

April 8th

Keyword Studios (Announced unaudited results on January 31st 2018)

Keywords anticipates revenue to grow to $287 million in 2018

Keyword Studios Investor Relations website