Smart business moves and impressive expansion has propelled Paradox to new heights.
Double Loop is led by former Kongregate CEO Emily Greer (right) and former WB Games exec Shelby Moledina. Greer tells GameDaily that women founders are 'supporting and inspiring' one another.
Despite enormous profits, this is the third year running that the mobile juggernaut has seen a drop in revenue.
President Bobby Kotick lauded the performance of the publisher's core titles in a conference call with investors.
Take-Two president Strauss Zelnick said that Grand Theft Auto V has now sold more than 120 million copies.
Zynga president of publishing, Bernard Kim, tells GameDaily that 'consolidation will continue to happen' and Zynga continues to 'see opportunities to acquire talented teams and franchises around the world.'
A weak first-party lineup during last year, and the impending console transition, have slowed sales in the gaming and network services segment.
Digital sales and microtransactions contributed the most, while Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has sold more than 8 million copies.
Microsoft's recent quarter showed growth across segments except for Xbox, but with subscriptions, cloud gaming and the Series X on the way, Xbox is still in a great position.
Nintendo's newest financial report points to strong showings on both the console and mobile fronts. [Update: No Switch Pro in 2020]