The 2010 edition of the Develop 100, the annual list of the world’s most profitable game studios, is published today.
Published in association with Deep Silver and based on data compiled by GfK Chart-Track, the Develop 100 is the only guide of its type, ranking the world's games developers based on the amount of money their games made at UK retail, one of the largest software markets in the world.
Nintendo takes the lucrative top spot, with a stately 2009 UK revenue of £203.63m. Right behind it, in what could potentially be the studio's last hurrah, sit troubled US team Infinity Ward with a figure of £125.58m. Third place goes to EA Canada with £100.99m.