SEGA Sammy has released its Q3 report for the 2019 Fiscal Year.
In the nine month period of FY 2019, SEGA Sammy has seen a 4% decrease in sales from last year at ¥250 billion ($2.3 billion). Also operating income and took a steep down slide from ¥25 billion ($227 million) to ¥11 billion ($100 million) from last year. That in itself is a 53.5% decrease from last years report.
Moving on to SEGA Entertainment, it is reported that SEGA sold 18.5 million copies of packaged games, a increase from last years 14.2 million. This is thanks to new titles, such as Football Manager 2019 and Judgement. Net sales have SEGA’s package at ¥166 billion ($1.5 billion), an increase of 5.2% from last years report. However, income from the entertainment saw a decrease of 38.6% from last year at ¥10.6 billion ($96 million).
Because of this outcome, SEGA Sammy has adjusted its overall forecast until March 31, 2019. SEGA Sammy has adjusted its net sales at ¥337 billion ($3 billion) a 13.6% decrease from its former projected sales. Operating income also saw a 38.1% decrease at ¥13 billion ($118 million).
Source: SEGA Sammy