Electronic Arts (EA) has released its financial results for the past fiscal year.
Notably, live service profits accounted for 71% of the year’s total earnings, which amounted to $7.515 billion, a 21% increase from the previous year.
Likewise, the EA player network grew by 16%, with more than 580 million unique active user accounts.
FIFA Mobile also had substantial growth, with unique players increasing by 80% from the previous year.
“FY22 was a record year, with hundreds of millions of players around the world joining in our games to play, watch, and create with one another,” said Andrew Wilson, CEO of Electronic Arts.
“With amazing games, built around powerful IP, made by incredibly talented teams, and outstanding engagement in our live services, FY23 is set to be a year of innovation and growth for Electronic Arts.”