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access_time May 8, 2013 at 11:06 AM in by Adam Larck

EA revenues top $1B, SimCity sales hit 1.6M

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EA reported strong sales on the digital front during the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2013.

Digital sales increased 22 percent to end at $108 million, with overall revenue topping $1.290 billion for the company. This is down from $1.368 billion during the same quarter last year.

The year ended with $3.797 billion net revenue for the company, while the previous year brought in $4.143 billion.

Battlefield 3 Premium had 3.5 million subscribers while earning $120 million. SimCity sales topped 1.6 million, half of which came from online purchases.

Looking towards the upcoming fiscal year, EA told Joystiq that both Tiger Woods PGA Tour and UFC won’t release during FY14, although 11 games are set to launch between now and next March.

One of those launching games will be NBA Live, which is one of the titles planned for next-gen consoles. It will support a new engine that will be shown at E3.

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