Gamevil's profits rose in 2013 as the Korean publisher conquered international waters

by Mike Rougeau

February 13 2014

Gamevil has published its 2013 financial report, and it was definitely a good year for the Korean company.

Sales in 2013 rose 16 percent from 2012 to about $76.4 million, while net profit was around $13.2 million. Apparently one of the keys to Gamevil's success last year was international sales, which grew 68 percent and by the end of 2013 accounted for 57 percent of the publisher's total sales.

Gamevil killed it domestically in Korea and abroad with games including Monster Warlord, Fishing Superstars, Dark Avenger, and Zenonia Online. In 2014 the company plans to release over 30 new games, including new entries in the Dark Avengers and Zenonia Online franchises and other new releases.

The company hopes to hit $113 million in sales this year. [via Pocket Gamer]

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