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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 623d ago | news

Activision reports 'record' 2012 revenues of $4.86 billion

CVG:Calendar year 2012 net revenues reached a 'record' $4.86 billion, up from $4.76 billion for 2011. Net revenues from digital channels were $1.54 billion and represented 32% of the company's total revenues. (Activision Blizzard Inc., Industry)

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NYC_Gamer  +   623d ago
Wow,D3 sold 12 million+ worldwide.
majiebeast  +   623d ago
They would be lucky if they still have 500k playing though it was definatly my biggest dissapointment of the year.
Good_Guy_Jamal  +   623d ago
"Activision-Blizzard Q4 FY13: profits hit $4.86 billion, digital nets $1.54 billion" - this title is not the one on the headline and it is not factual.
Have people not learned the difference between revenue and profit yet? Could a contributor please report the headline so it is changed to something real.

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