Electronic Arts’ non-GAAP mobile revenues grew 60 percent year-over-year to $89 million for Q2 2013. Of that, $66 million comes from smartphones and tablets, according to Chief Financial Officer Blake Jorgensen.
Jorgensen said today during the company’s earnings call the growth on tablets can be attributed to the strong performance of FIFA World Class Soccer in the Japanese market, PopCap’s Bejeweled Blitz and The Simpsons: Tapped Out, which has reached 17 million total downloads among other achievements.
Overall the company reported $314 million in non-GAAP digital revenue for the quarter, with mobile sales accounting for 28 percent of EA’s total digital revenues.
Mobile revenues were also up 12.6 percent quarter-over-quarter. In July the company reported it saw $79 million in non-GAAP mobile revenue for Q1 2013, $27 million from feature phones and $52 million from smartphones.
The company’s Origin service continued to grow on mobile. The service now boasts 13 million registered mobile users, up from 9 million last quarter.