Microsoft's Q2 report is out: gaming brought more money than Windows
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Microsoft's latest financial report shows that gaming revenue has now overtaken Windows revenue as the company's third largest revenue stream. In the quarter ending on December 31, 2023, Microsoft reported $7.11 billion in gaming revenue, compared to $5.26 billion from Windows. This shift can be attributed to Microsoft's acquisition of Activision-Blizzard, which has had a significant impact on the company's financial performance.
Microsoft's latest financial report shows that gaming revenue has surpassed Windows revenue as the company's third largest revenue stream.
Overall, Microsoft reported $62 billion in revenue for the quarter, representing an 18% increase from the previous year. The company also reported $21.9 billion in net income, a 33% increase year-over-year. The top two revenue streams for Microsoft were productivity and business ($19.2 billion) and cloud services ($25.9 billion). However, the acquisition of Activision-Blizzard played a key role in the growth of the More Personal Computing category, with Xbox content and services revenue contributing a significant rise in revenue.
Overall, Microsoft reported $62 billion in revenue for the quarter, representing an 18% increase from the previous year.
Read at GSMArena.com
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