Candy Crush Saga Is More Profitable Than The Whole Of Nintendo

Over the last three months King's Candy Crush Saga profits was at least equal to all of Nintendo's earnings over the same period.

According to A List Daily, King has made $641 million in Q1 2014 while Nintendo only earned $411 million. That's a 56% percent difference in case you're wondering.

King is the world's largest casual and social games developer. The company focuses on developing free-to-play games for Facebook and mobiles. Its catalogue carries more than 150 games, but it has confirmed previously that Candy Crush Saga alone accounts for more than two-thirds of its profits. Interestingly, this means that Candy Crush Saga made more than $427 million last quarter, easily beating Nintendo by $16 million.

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