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Gameloft Highlights Profitable 2011, Expects Successful 2012

Gameloft, the developer and publisher of mobile hits like Modern Combat, GangStar, and N.O.V.A franchises announced their official 2011 annual results earlier today, and it’s clear that the mobile/console game publisher has had a successful year. And the company is primed to have another successful year in 2012.

Some of the highlights of the annual results include a 17% sales growth from 2010, an amazing record net profit of €18.2M (an increase of 24% from last fiscal year), and accelerated development strategy for multiple gaming platforms. (This is big considering the combined selling power of iOS, Android, PS Minis, PSN and mobile phone platforms.)

More information on Gameloft’s annual results after the break.

Modern Combat franchise is one of Gameloft's highest grossing games.

According to the report, in 2011, Gameloft consolidated sales reached €164.4 million, up by 17% year on year. The net profit for the full year stands at €18.2 million, up 34% compared with 2010. If that wasn’t enough, Gameloft has secured worldwide distribution right to a number of major brand names and franchises including:

  • The Dark Knight Rises
  • ICE AGE
  • Men In Black 3
  • The Avengers
  • The Amazing Spider-Man
  • and a few others.

These are big name brands and franchises that have the potential to really increase the companies sales for 2012.

As well, because of the rapid growth of smartphone and tablet sales, the company has decided to accelerate its game and product development across multiple platforms including the aforementioned iOS, Andriod and game consoles.

Do you play gameloft games? On which platforms do you get them on? Let us know by commenting below!

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About janhutchings

Canadian Game Industry Blogger / Contributor for @Sonyrumors & @ShogunGamer / Communications and PR Professional. Voice of Canadian and Indie Gaming. http://jtmgames.com/

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