Electronic Arts reports Q2 EPS 83c, consensus 58c
Reports Q2 revenue $1.29B, consensus $1.18B. Reports digital net bookings for the trailing twelve months was a record $3.608B up 11% year-over-year and represents 69% of total net bookings. he company said. "It was a strong second quarter, as we entertained players with four high-quality new EA SPORTS games, hundreds of content updates in our live services, and esports programs that reached record viewership," said CEO Andrew Wilson. "We're incredibly excited to bring innovative new games like Battlefield V and Command & Conquer: Rivals to our players this holiday season, and launch our breakthrough new IP Anthem in February. We're set to deliver some amazing new ways to play and compete through the rest of this fiscal year and beyond. We're pleased with the performance of our business through the second quarter, and particularly with the strong digital net bookings. We continue to deliver strong digital revenues across multiple platforms, business models and geographic territories."