Gameloft sees Q3 FY12 sales up 37% to a record $71 million

Predicts $265 million full year sales

Gameloft sees Q3 FY12 sales up 37% to a record $71 million
Gameloft (EPA:GFT) has announced its Q3 2012 financials for the three months ending 30 September.

Sales were a record €55.4 million (around $71 million), up 37 percent year-on-year, or 33 percent if you strip out exchange rate variations.

To-date, over the nine month period, Gameloft's total 2012 sales are €150.6 million (around $195 million), up 28 percent compared to 2011.

Because of French accounting rules, Gameloft won't break out its Q3 profit figures until later in 2012.

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Of course, this growth is being driven by smartphone device adoption and Gameloft's switch to the free-to-play and in-app purchase business models.

It claims it has 56 million active users (down from 57 million in Q2), and generates 60 percent of its revenues from in-app purchases and mobile advertising.

During 2011, this proportion was 41 percent

Gameloft's business is well distributed globally, with North America represented 32 percent of Q3 sales; EMEA 26 percent; APAC 22 percent; and Latin America 19 percent.

Therefore the company now targets around €205 million (around $265 million) in sales for the full year 2012, up more than 25% year-on-year.

[source: Gameloft]

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