Take-Two Interactive has released its financials for its Q4 and overall FY17 for the period ending March 31st 2017.
Net revenue for the year was $1.78 billion, up 26% year-on-year. Net income grew to $67.3 million, up from its FY16 net loss of $8.3 million.
For its Q4 2017, Take-Two saw revenues of $571.6 million, up 52% year-on-year. Net income for the quarter grew to $99.3 million, up 114% year-on-year.
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Breaking this down further, Q4 revenues for its "PC and other" segment, which includes mobile, were $91.6 million. Yearly revenues for the segment came to $339 million.
Take-Two didn't break out any specific mobile figures, but did repeatedly point to WWE SuperCard as one of its strongest overall performers alongside its console games. The Cat Daddy Games-developed title has now received over 14 million downloads.
The company also stated that its purchase of Spanish developer Social Point will be accretive to its net income in its FY18. The studio was acquired for $250 million back in February 2017.