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Nintendo Financials (April 2019): FY 2018-19 results, Investor Briefing, Tencent partnership, more

Nintendo Financials – FY 2018-19 results

Yesterday, Nintendo shared their latest financial results, covering Fiscal Year 2018-2019 (April 1st 2018 to March 31st 2019). You will find the complete report on this page and this one.

First, here’s some raw data:

Next, Nintendo’s forecast for the current Fiscal Year (which ends on March 31st 2020):

After that comes the comments about the previous Fiscal Year (which ended on March 31st 2019) and the current one (which ends on March 31st 2020):

Next, here’s the regional and business breakdown of sales for the past Fiscal Year:

And now, on to Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch sales (Software + Hardware) for the past Fiscal Year, and forecast for the current Fiscal year:

Finally, here’s some additional data, with the proportion of first-party, third-party, Hardware, overseas, and digital sales in total sales:

Nintendo Financials – Hardware and Software sales

As always, Nintendo have revealed the list of million-sellers for the past Fiscal Year:

Next, total Hardware and Software sales for the Nintendo Switch, the Nintendo 3DS, the Wii U, the Wii, and the Nintendo DS (from this page):

And now, the list of all-time best-sellers on Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, and Nintendo DS (from this page):

Nintendo Financials – Release planning

Nintendo have updated their release planning for the current Fiscal Year, but as always, there isn’t anything really new that wasn’t previously announced:

Nintendo Financials – Investor briefing

As usual, Nintendo shared plenty of details during the usual Investor briefing, but didn’t announce anything this time around, though. You can check out the full official transcript in English on this page!

Nintendo Financials – Tencent partnership (China)

Finally, Nintendo sent a press release to confirm that they are indeed working with Tencent in order to release the Nintendo Switch in China. Unfortunately, that’s pretty much all the press release is about, and it consists of just one sentence:

Nintendo Co., Ltd. is announcing that a collaboration is in progress with Tencent Holdings Limited (HQ: Shenzhen, China; Chairman of the Board and CEO: Ma Huateng) to release the Nintendo Switch video game system in China.

Source: Nintendo


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