Mobile game developer and publisher Gamevil has announced its Q3 2013 earnings results, seeing record overseas sales (outside of Korea) of 12.2 billion KRW ($11.4 million), a 108 percent increase year-over-year. The company’s overall Q3 2013 sales were 21 billion KRW ($19.6 million), a 26 percent increase year-over-year.
Gamevil attributes its strong numbers to the growth of the “core” game market and continued success of older titles including Monster Warlord and Fishing Superstars. These titles, combined with newer games like Dark Avenger and Perfect Inning 2013 KBO saw the company’s sales increase by 20 percent quarter over quarter.
Gamevil acquired Com2uS and Nine Wheels earlier this year, and made equity investments into two other developers, Everple and DBros, in early October. These investments will see Gamevil continuing to expand its presence on the global stage.
Going into next quarter, Gamevil has revealed plans to release 10 new games, including Zenonia Online, a title the company calls a “full-network MORPG.” These games will join Spirit Stones, the company’s newest fantasy puzzle RPG.
Gamevil’s existing games have been downloaded over 330 million times, and you can track those games on AppData, our tracking service for mobile and social apps and developers.