EA reports positive Q4 FY15 and full year FY15 financial results

Electronic Arts claims 'putting our players first' is why its financial report is so strong.

| May 6, 2015 at 5:01 am CDT

Claiming their profits are due to "putting our players first," Electronic Arts (EA) has published a strong Financial Year 2015 report and full year 2015 report.

EA reports positive Q4 FY15 and full year FY15 financial results | TweakTown.com

Involving a fiscal year ranking as the number one publisher on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms, they boasted over 30 million game sessions of Battlefield Hardline played in the fourth quarter alone.

As far as income is concerned, EA reported a Q4 net revenue of $896 million (above guidance of $830 million) and a diluted earnings per share of $0.39 compared to the expected $0.22. They also reported a 2016 fiscal net revenue of $4.4 billion, projecting a negative $250 million result due to foreign exchange rates.

Alongside this news was a mobile revenue record for EA, coming in at $524 million for the fiscal year.

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