Revenue and profits are up for Korean mobile developer Netmarble, which continues to ride high in overseas markets.
The Q3 financial report paints a rosy picture for the company, which posted ₩619.9 billion ($533.5 million) in sales, and ₩84.4 billion ($72.6 million) in operating profit.
This represents a year-on-year increase of 17.9% and 53.7% respectively. Additionally, operating profit quarter-to-quarter exploded 154.2%.
"Netmarble had significant increases in both sales and operating profit in Q3, reflecting both domestic and overseas performances of new games launched in Q2," said Young-sig Kwon, CEO of Netmarble.
The best performing games for Netmarble were Marvel Contest of Champions, and Lineage 2 Revolutions, both of which accounted for 14% of the developer's quarterly revenue.
The company also recently announced a raft of new games, such as Seven Knights Revolution and Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds, along with A3: Still Alive and Magic: ManaStrike.
Overseas revenue accounted for 68% of the company's quarterly sales, grossing ₩423.4 billion ($364.4 million).