Sega Sammy lowers sales forecast slightly despite gains in first half

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Sega Sammy today published financial results for its first half, noting a considerable bump compared to the previous fiscal year.

For the six months ended September 30, 2021, the publisher reported that overall sales during the period were ¥135 billion ($1.2 billion), a 22% increase year-over-year.

Operating income saw a 57% increase to ¥14 billion ($123.6 million).

The company also posted a net profit of ¥12 billion ($106 million) for the first half, compared to a loss of ¥21.7 billion ($191.6

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