Electronics Arts, also known as EA, has reported its financial results for the quarter ending in September. The net booking figure (total revenue minus online game payout expenses) stands at $1.82 billion, representing a 4% increase compared to the same period last year. EA’s revenue for this quarter is $1.914 billion, with a net profit of $399 million.
The report also mentions EA Sports FC 24, which was recently launched at the end of September. EA previously mentioned that pre-order numbers were higher compared to the previous installment, stating that there are 14.5 million accounts playing the game within the first four weeks of its release.
Andrew Wilson, the CEO of EA, expressed that the company had a strong performance in the past quarter and has successfully transitioned from one of the biggest football franchise games to EA Sports FC. This reflects the strength of the brand EA Sports.
TLDR: Electronics Arts (EA) has reported a 4% increase in net booking figures for the quarter ending in September, with a revenue of $1.82 billion. The recently launched EA Sports FC 24 has received high pre-order numbers and currently has 14.5 million accounts playing the game. CEO Andrew Wilson emphasized the company’s successful transition and highlighted the strength of the EA Sports brand.