June 4, 2015

Fingersoft outperforms Rovio and Supercell

In 2014, Fingersoft released games developed by outside parties as well as its own I Hate Fish game.
In 2014, Fingersoft released games developed by outside parties as well as its own I Hate Fish game.
Fingersoft

Finnish gaming company Fingersoft, known for its Hill Climb Racing game, generated a remarkable financial result last year. With net sales of 13.2 million euros, the company recorded a result of 8.1 million euros in 2014, its second financial period.

The news was reported by the Finnish business daily Kauppalehti.

Fingersoft stands out in terms of its result in relation to net sales, and in comparison with the figures of competitors Supercell and Rovio. According to Kauppalehti, Fingersoft’s profit after taxes amounted to 61.2 per cent of net sales, while the corresponding figure for Supercell was 27.2 per cent and for Rovio 5.1 per cent.

The company’s result was almost as high as that of the Rovio Entertainment Group, whose net sales last year amounted to 158.3 million euros. Last year, Supercell generated a record result of 426 million euros.

In 2014, Fingersoft released games developed by outside parties as well as its own I Hate Fish game. The company’s net sales mostly consisted of returns from in-game purchases and advertising income. Most of the returns came from abroad.

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