This is 13% more than the company earned in the same quarter a year ago. The main sales driver was The Simpsons: Tapped Out.

For the third quarter of 2014, which ended for EA on December 31, 2013, the game earned $ 30 million. In total, since its release in 2012, the Simpsons has generated $130 million for EA.

In general, the last three months of last year can hardly be called successful. EA’s net losses were not $ 45 million dollars, as a year ago, but serious $ 308 million. 

In part, they can be explained by the transition period – sales of games for new-generation consoles are not yet able to close the gap in declining sales of games for the outgoing generation. 

A source: http://www.pocketgamer.bizElectronic Arts is one of the largest game publishers.

Most of the company’s games are released under the EA trademark. Owns several dozen game studios. Among the most famous on the mobile market are Chillingo, PopCap and, of course, EA Mobile.