News business Sonic, Yakuza, Persona … SEGA draws a sales balance sheet for the first fiscal quarter
Like the others, SEGA has announced the results of the first fiscal quarter 2021-2022. The opportunity to find out more about the group’s finances, but also about the sale of the various licenses. For the time being, SEGA seems to be able to compensate for the past financial year.
Affected by the global health crisis, the SEGA Sammy Group recently announced the Closure of the Ikebukuro Arcade, more the results rise again with a Net profit of 22.6 million dollars between April and June 2021 compared to a loss of 25.4 million dollars in the previous year. On the gaming side, SEGA announces that it paid out 6.58 million in the quarter, which is twice less than last year in the same period. Total War: Rome Remastered, Judgment (PS5 / Xbox Series), Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD Remaster (in the West) and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games – The Official Game have been doing well since their release, but Most of the sales come from games that have already been released.
We learn that SEGA has been sold one million Sonic games, 700,000 copies of the Yakuza / Judgment license, 600,000 copies of the Total War series, and 400,000 additional Persona games
Above: Gamasutra / Game blog
Of MalloDelic, Journalist igamesnews.com