Nexon revenues rise during the early 2015

  • After going through Nexon’s financial report for Q1 2015, anybody can imagine the company skipping along while whistling a merry tune. Yes, it’s generally good news for that MMO publisher, as Nexon’s revenues are up 9% year-over-year and looking out strong almost over the entire board. While revenue was down in Japan, it rose higher in North America during this time.
    The company attributes its performance to rebounding titles (for instance Dungeon & Fighter), the launch of DomiNations (an empire builder), and MapleStory 2 Mesos also the Lunar New Year period. Nexon’s primary method to obtain revenue originates from PC games although its mobile division is making up around 16% of revenue. It’s also noteworthy just just how much Nexon depends upon Asia due to the revenue: China (44%), Korea (39%), and Japan (11%) account to get a vast majority, while North America, Europe, along with markets make-up only a paltry 6%.
    Nexon anticipates continued growth within the next quarter with several promising projects on deck, including MapleStory 2, Ghost within the Shell Online, and its particular partnership with Square-Enix to create Final Fantasy XI Mobile.