Vivendi Games reports profits

Vivendi Games, the French conglomerate that owns Blizzard, has today reported its unaudited revenue information to the full year 2006, showing that revenues were once again about the rise. The games division revenue was up 25.4 percent through the previous year to 804 million euros (about $1 billion) for your full year 2006.
This increase was--perhaps unsurprisingly--primarily as a result of Cheap Warmane Gold Blizzard's massively multiplayer online role-playing game World of Warcraft, which the corporation describes as "essentially the most popular MMORPG all over the world." During 2006, the overall game experienced strong growth across all of the regions where it absolutely was played. Its Burning Crusade expansion pack premiered on January 16, selling 2.4 million copies rolling around in its first one day and becoming the fastest-selling PC game as of yet in both America and Europe.
The Vivendi Games division also had the greatest year-on-year increase coming from all Vivendi's divisions. The Universal Music Group was up 1.three percent to nearly 5 billion euros ($6.5 billion), TV company Canal+ Group was up 7.7 percent to three.6 billion euros ($4.7 billion), SFR was down 0.1 % to 8.7 billion euros ($11.2 billion), and Maroc Telecom was up 10.4 % to 2.1 billion euros ($2.7 billion). World of Warcraft recently announced which it now has 8 million active subscribers. It can be played in six different languages which is available in North America, Europe, China, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. What's more, https://www.mmoah.com/warmane pledge to sell cheap Warmane Gold to gamers from around the world.
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