EA’s Wii revenue nearly doubles to 14% compared to last year

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 5 May 2009 23:14 GMT


EA released it’s fourth quarter and fiscal year 2009 earnings earlier and according to the report, 14 percent of it’s revenue came from Wii titles, compared to 8 percent the previous year.

Twenty-one titles were released for Wii last year, and with PS3 games providing 16 percent of revenue and Xbox 360 generating 24 percent, Wii is catching up.

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10, Ea Sports Active and Grand Slam Tennis are expected to help Wii title sales increase at EA thanks to MotionPlus.

Full financial report can be viewed here.

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