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UBISOFT ENTERTAINMENT : Ubisoft reports full-year 2018-19 earnings figures

UBISOFT® REPORTS FULL-year 2018-19 EARNINGS FIGURES

17% growth in net bookings to €2,029 million
and a 49% increase in non-IFRS operating income to €446 million

Record profitability, up 4.7 points

Outperformance for digital, including for PRI[1], and back catalog,
confirming the increasingly recurring profile of Ubisoft's business

2018-19: RECORD PERFORMANCE IN LINE WITH the group's targets

  • IFRS 15 sales of €1,845.5 million
     
  • Net bookings at €2,028.6 million (up 17.1%), in line with the target of around €2,050 million
     
    • 100 million active unique players (excl. mobile), record for overall player engagement
       
    • Rainbow Six® Siege: more than €1 billion in cumulative net bookings since the game's release and a 40% year-on-year increase in the player base (to over 45 million)
       
    • Assassin's Creed® Odyssey: record engagement and PRI for the franchise
       
    • The Division® 2: record highs for engagement per player and season pass, 10-fold increase in sales on Uplay compared with The Division
       
    • PC net bookings up 78.7% and net bookings in Asia up 62.4%
       
    • Esports: 133% surge in number of hours watched[2]
  • Digital net bookings: up 39.0% to €1,396.6 million (representing 68.8% of total net bookings vs 58.0% one year earlier, exceeding the target of around 65.0%)
  • PRI net bookings: up 33.4% to €644.0 million (31.7% of total net bookings vs 28.0% one year earlier, exceeding the target of around 30.0%)
     
    • Mobile net bookings: up 73.0% to €153.2 million
  • Back catalog net bookings: up 39.0% to €1,147.0 million (56.5% of total net bookings vs 47.6% one year earlier and a target of over 50.0%)
  • IFRS operating income of €159.0 million. Non-IFRS operating income at €446.0 million, up 48.6%, in line with the target of around €440 million
  • Non-IFRS operating margin of 22.0% (vs 17.3% in fiscal 2017-18)
  • Free cash-flow at €310.3 million, in line with the target of around €300.0 million

2019-20: NET BOOKINGS expected to come IN AROUND €2,185.0 million AND NON-IFRS OPERATING INCOME AROUND €480.0 million

Paris, May 15, 2019 - Today, Ubisoft released its earnings figures for the fiscal year ended  March 31, 2019.

Yves Guillemot, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, said "The incredible work of our teams has enabled us to reach the non-IFRS operating income and free cash flow targets we set ourselves three years ago. We ended fiscal 2018-19 with another outperformance from back catalog and digital, including PRI, confirming the success of our transformation and the increasingly recurring profile of our business. Our momentum continued to be buoyed by the quality of our games and live services, as well as our ability to reach a wide audience on more and more platforms and geographic regions.

The video game industry is at the dawn of a deep-seated transformation, which, as barriers between platforms and between geographic regions continue to disappear, should allow us to reach five billion players over the coming ten years. These major changes will be driven in large part by the growing success of console and PC franchises on mobile and the advent of cloud gaming. The latter will allow for, among other things, appealing multi-screen offerings and the creation of amazing new experiences that make use of unprecedented technological capacities. A clear indicator of the future scale of this transformation is how an increasing number of platforms are competing with one another to obtain quality content and access to communities of engaged players.

Ubisoft is ideally positioned within this overall context. We are building our organization sustainably while retaining our agility. We are striving to foster a strong corporate culture, aimed at attracting the best talent. We directly own all of our key brands, which gives us excellent visibility. Leveraging our extensive worldwide network of studios, and drawing on our collaborative approach, we have an unrivalled production capacity, delivering high-quality content at a sustained pace. Over the past years we have built up a close relationship with our communities. These communities are highly engaged and constantly growing, and they are at the heart of the value of our games. And lastly, with Uplay, we now have a high-performing and fast-growing on-line service and distribution platform, enabling us to embed these close community ties for the long term.

Considering the numerous value-creation opportunities that await us in the coming years, we are speeding up our investments in our teams and studios in order to support the Group's growth and continue to increase our profitability over the coming years."


Note
The Group presents indicators which are not prepared strictly in accordance with IFRS as it considers that they are the best reflection of its operating and financial performance. The definitions of the non-IFRS indicators and a reconciliation table between the IFRS consolidated income statement and the non-IFRS consolidated income statement are provided in an appendix to this press release.
The Group applied the new revenue standard, IFRS 15, for the first time in its consolidated financial statements for the year ended March 31, 2019. The main consequences of applying this standard are the deferred recognition of (i) a portion of revenue generated from "Live Services" games until after the initial delivery date of the game concerned, and (ii) revenue generated from license and distribution agreements. As the Group has elected to use the cumulative catch-up method for applying IFRS 15, the sales figure for fiscal 2017-18 has not been restated.

Income statement and key financial data

In € millions 2018-19 % 2017-18 %  
IFRS 15 Sales 1,845.5   N/A    
Deferred services/other differences* between the two revenue recognition standards 183.1   N/A    
Net bookings 2,028.6   1,731.9    
Gross margin based on net bookings 1,699.7 83.8% 1,435.1 82.9%  
Non-IFRS R&D expenses (700.4) -34.5% (661.1) -38.2%  
  Non-IFRS selling expenses (405.0) -20.0% (335.9) -19.4%  
  Non-IFRS G&A expenses (148.3) -7.3% (138.0) -8.0%  
Total non-IFRS SG&A expenses (553.3) -27.3% (473.9) -27.4%  
Non-IFRS operating income 446.0 22.0% 300.1 17.3%  
IFRS operating income** 159.0   222.3    
Non-IFRS diluted EPS (in €) 2.80   1.80    
IFRS diluted EPS (in €)** 0.89   1.18    
Non-IFRS cash flows from operating activities*** 384.7   169.9    
R&D investment expenditure**** 801.3   720.2    
Net cash/(debt) position (293.8)   (548.1)    

* Concerning license and distribution agreements
** 2018-19 and 2017-18 are not comparable as 2018-19 IFRS figures include the impact from the IFRS 15 new norm application
*** Based on the consolidated cash flow statement for comparison with other industry players (unaudited)
**** Including royalties but excluding future commitments

Sales and net bookings

Full-year IFRS 15 sales for 2018-19 came to €1,845.5 million (€1,839.7 million at constant exchange rates[3]). Fourth-quarter IFRS 15 sales totaled €516.5 million (€501.3 million at constant exchange rates).

Net bookings amounted to €2,028.6 million for full-year 2018-19, up 17.1% (or 16.8% at constant exchange rates) on the €1,731.9 million recorded for 2017-18 and in line with the target of around €2,050.0 million. Fourth-quarter net bookings totaled €676.7 million, up 25.2% (or 21.9% at constant exchange rates) compared with the €540.7 million figure for fourth-quarter 2017-18.

Main income statement items[4]

Gross margin based on net bookings rose to 83.8% of net bookings and €1,699.7 million in absolute value terms (versus 82.9% and €1,435.1 million respectively in 2017-18).

Non-IFRS operating income came in at €446.0 million, up 48.6% on the €300.1 million recorded for 2017-18 and in line with the target of around €440 million.

Non-IFRS net income came in at €333.5 million, representing non-IFRS diluted earnings per share ("EPS") of €2.80, compared with non-IFRS net income of €220.6 million and non-IFRS diluted EPS of €1.80 for 2017-18.

IFRS net income for 2018-19 amounted to €100.0 million, representing IFRS diluted EPS of €0.89 (€139.5 million and €1.18 respectively in 2017-18). 2018-19 and 2017-18 are not comparable as 2018-19 IFRS figures include impact from the IFRS 15 new norm application.

Main cash flow statement[5] and balance sheet items

Non-IFRS cash flows from operating activities represented a net inflow of €384.7 million (against €169.9 million in 2017-18). This increase reflects €300.0 million in non-IFRS cash flow from operations (versus €214.9 million in 2017-18) and a €84.7 million decrease in non-IFRS working capital requirement (compared with a €45.0 million increase in 2017-18).

As of March 31, 2019, Ubisoft had net debt of €293.8 million versus €548.1 million one year earlier.

Outlook

Full-year 2019-20

Ubisoft's initial targets for full-year 2019-20 are as follows: net bookings of around €2,185 million and non-IFRS operating income totaling around €480 million.

The increase in net bookings will be led by:

  • A strong growth for new releases, with four AAA titles, including Ghost Recon® Breakpoint and three other titles that will be revealed later and released in the fourth fiscal quarter. The release of Skull & Bones(TM) has been postponed to after 2019-20.
     
  • The solid increase of player recurring investment in absolute value, expected to grow as a % of net bookings versus 2018-19

The digital segment and the back catalog are expected at more than 70.0% and around 50.0% of total net bookings, respectively.

First-quarter 2019-20

For the first-quarter 2019-20, the Group expects net bookings to amount to around €270.0 million, down around 29.0% vs. the first quarter of 2018-19 which was boosted by the releases of Far Cry® 5 in the last few days of 2017-18 and The Crew® 2 in June 2018.


Contacts

Investor Relations
Jean-Benoît Roquette
SVP Investor Relations
+ 33 1 48 18 52 39
Jean-benoit.roquette@ubisoft.com
Press Relations
Michael Burk
Senior Director of Corporate Public Relations
+ 33 1 48 18 24 03
Michael.burk@ubisoft.com
 

Julien Brosillon
Senior Investor Relations Manager
+ 33 1 73 30 11 97
Julien.brosillon@ubisoft.com
 

Disclaimer
This press release may contain estimated financial data, information on future projects and transactions and future financial results/performance. Such forward-looking data are provided for target purposes only. They are subject to market risks and uncertainties and may vary significantly compared with the actual results that will be published. The estimated financial data were approved by the Board of Directors on May 15, 2019 and have not been audited by the Statutory Auditors. (Additional information is specified in the most recent Ubisoft Registration Document filed on June 6, 2018 with the French Financial Markets Authority (l'Autorité des Marchés Financiers)).

About Ubisoft
Ubisoft is a leading creator, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and services, with a rich portfolio of world-renowned brands, including Assassin's Creed, Far Cry, For Honor, Just Dance, Watch_Dogs, Tom Clancy's video game series including Ghost Recon, Rainbow Six and The Division. The teams throughout Ubisoft's worldwide network of studios and business offices are committed to delivering original and memorable gaming experiences across all popular platforms, including consoles, mobile phones, tablets and PCs. For the 2018-19 fiscal year, Ubisoft generated net bookings of €2,029 million. To learn more, please visit www.ubisoftgroup.com/.

© 2019 Ubisoft Entertainment. All Rights Reserved. Ubisoft and the Ubisoft logo are registered trademarks in the US and/or other countries.


APPENDICES

Definition of non-IFRS financial indicators

Net bookings corresponds to the "Sales" indicator used prior to fiscal year 2018-19 (i.e. sales excluding the impacts of the application of IFRS 15).

Non-IFRS operating income calculated based on net bookings corresponds to operating income less the following items:

  • Stock-based compensation expense arising on free share plans, group savings plans and/or stock options.
  • Depreciation of acquired intangible assets with indefinite useful lives.
  • Non-operating income and expenses resulting from restructuring operations within the Group.

Non-IFRS operating margin corresponds to non-IFRS operating income expressed as a percentage of net bookings. This ratio is an indicator of the Group's financial performance.

Non-IFRS net income corresponds to net income less the following items:

  • The above-described deductions used to calculate non-IFRS operating income.
  • Income and expenses arising on revaluations, carried out after the measurement period, of the potential variable consideration granted in relation to business combinations.
  • OCEANE bond interest expense recognized in accordance with IAS 39.
  • The tax impacts on these adjustments.

Non-IFRS diluted EPS corresponds to non-IFRS net income divided by the weighted average number of shares after exercise of the rights attached to dilutive instruments.

The adjusted cash flow statement includes:

  • Non-IFRS cash flow from operations which comprises:
    • The costs of internally developed software and external developments (presented under cash flows from investing activities in the IFRS cash flow statement) as these costs are an integral part of the Group's operations.
    • The restatement of impacts (after tax) related to the application of IFRS 15.
    • Current and deferred taxes.
  • Non-IFRS change in working capital requirement which includes movement in deferred taxes and restates the impacts (after tax) related to the application of IFRS 15, thus cancelling out the incomes or expenses presented in non-IFRS cash flow from operations.
  • Non-IFRS cash flows from operating activities which includes the costs of internal development and licenses development (presented under cash flows from investing activities in the IFRS cash flow statement and included in non-IFRS cash flow from operations in the adjusted cash flow statement).
  • Non-IFRS cash flows from investing activities which excludes the costs of internal development and licenses development that are presented under non-IFRS cash flow from operations.

Free cash flow corresponds to cash flows from operating activities after cash inflows/outflows arising on the disposal/acquisition of other intangible assets and property, plant and equipment.

Free cash flow before working capital requirement corresponds to cash flow from operations after cash inflows/outflows arising on the disposal/acquisition of other intangible assets and property, plant and equipment.

Net cash/(debt) position corresponds to cash and cash equivalents less financial liabilities excluding derivatives.

 

Breakdown of net bookings by geographic region

 
         
  Q4
2018-19

 
Q4
2017-18

 
12 months
2018-19

 
12 months
2017-18

 
Europe 33% 36% 35% 36%
North America 45% 46% 44% 47%
Rest of world

 
22% 18% 21% 17%
TOTAL 100% 100% 100% 100%
 

 

Breakdown of net bookings by platform

  Q4
2018-19

 
Q4
 2017-18

 
12 months
2018-19

 
12 months
2017-18

 
PLAYSTATION®4 34% 43% 36% 42%
XBOX One(TM) 19% 23% 20% 23%
PC 36% 21% 27% 18%
NINTENDO SWITCH(TM) 3% 5% 6% 7%
MOBILE 6% 5% 8% 5%
XBOX 360(TM), PS®3, Wii(TM), Wii U(TM) 1% 1% 2% 2%
Others*

 
1% 2% 1% 3%
TOTAL 100% 100% 100% 100%

*Ancillaries, ...

Title release schedule
1st quarter (april - june 2019)

PACKAGED & DIGITAL

 
 

 

 
 
 

ANNO 1800TM

 
PC
 

ASSASSIN'S CREED® III REMASTERED

 
NINTENDO SWITCHTM

Digital ONLY

 

 
   
 

ASSASSIN'S CREED® ODYSSEY : The Fate of Atlantis
Episode 1- Fields of Elysium

 
 

             PC, PlayStation®4, Xbox One 

 
ASSASSIN'S CREED® ODYSSEY : The Fate of Atlantis
Episode 2 - Torment of Hades
 

              PC, PlayStation®4, Xbox One   

 
 

FOR HONOR® : Sakura

 
 

              PC, PlayStation®4, Xbox One   

 
 

IS IT LOVE? (TM) FALLEN ROADS

 
Google play, App store
 

TOM CLANCY'S GHOST RECON® WILDLANDS
OPERATION ORACLE
 




PC, PlayStation®4, Xbox One

 
TOM CLANCY'S RAINBOW SIX® SIEGE YEAR 4 SEASON 2  

 

PC, PlayStation®4, Xbox One

 
 

TOM CLANCY'S THE DIVISION ®2 INVASION:
 BATTLE FOR D.C

 
 

PC, PlayStation®4, Xbox One

 
 

TRIALS® RISING SIXTY-SIX

 



PC, PlayStation®4, Xbox One
NINTENDO SWITCHTM




Extracts from consolidated FINANCIAL SATEMENTS AS OF March 31, 2019

Audit procedures were carried out and audit reports are currently being issued

Consolidated income statement (IFRS, extract from the accounts which have undergone an audit by Statutory Auditors)

2018-19 and 2017-18 are not comparable as 2018-19 IFRS figures include the impact from the IFRS 15 new norm application.

In thousands of euros   03.31.19 03.31.18  
   
   
         
Sales    1 845 522  1 731 894  
Cost of sales   (328 972) (296 820)  
Gross Margin    1 516 550  1 435 074  
Research and Development costs   (740 969) (690 592)  
Marketing costs   (410 070) (339 274)  
General and Administrative costs   (157 295) (144 649)  
Current operating income    208 216  260 558  
Non-current expenses and income   (49 231) (38 241)  
Operating income    158 985  222 317  
Net borrowing costs   (18 140) (15 909)  
Net foreign exchange gains/losses   (5 311) (5 747)  
Other financial income    36 515  8 312  
Other financial expenses   (23 941) (56)  
Net financial income   (10 877) (13 400)  
Share in profit of associates    294 (224)  
Income tax   (48 418) (69 241)  
Profit for the period    99 985  139 452  
Earnings per share        
Basic earnings per share (in €)    0,93  1,26  
Diluted earnings per share (in €)    0,89  1,18  
Weighted average number of shares in issue   107 226 498 110 399 832  
Diluted weighted average number of shares in issue   119 330 277 122 443 961  
 

 
       


Reconciliation of IFRS Net income and non-IFRS Net income

In millions of euros,
 except for per share data
2018-19 2017-18
IFRS Adjustments Non-IFRS IFRS Adjustments Non-IFRS  
Sales 1 845,5   1 845,5  1 731,9    1 731,9  
Deferred services/other differences between the 2 norms   183,1 183,1   na na  
Net bookings     2 028,6  1 731,9    1 731,9  
Total Operating expenses (1 686,5) 103,9 (1 582,6)  

(1 509,6)
 77,8 (1 431,8)  
Stock-based compensation (54,7) 54,7 0,0 (39,6)  39,6  0  
Non-current expenses and income (49,2) 49,2 (0,0) (38,2)  

38,2
0  
Operating Income 159,0 287,0 446,0  222,3  77,8  300,1  
Net Financial income (10,9) 8,4 (2,4) (13,4)  7,7 (5,7)  
Share in profit of associates 0,3 - 0,3 (0,2)  - (0,2)  
Income tax (48,4) (61,9) (110,4) (69,2) (4,4) (73,6)  
Net Income 100,0 233,6 333,5  139,5  81,1  220,6  
Diluted weighted average number of shares in issue 119 330 277 - 119 330 277 122 443 961 - 122 443 961  
Diluted earnings per share 0,89 1,91 2,80  1,18  0,62  1,80  


Consolidated balance sheet (IFRS, extract from the accounts which have undergone an audit by Statutory Auditors)

     
ASSETS Net Net
In thousands of euros 03.31.19* 03.31.18
Goodwill  290 721  259 461
Other intangible assets  882 925  782 402
Property, plant and equipment  159 958  114 116
Investments in associates  7 (289)
Other financial assets  8 660  106 895
Deferred tax assets  168 443  84 181
Non-current assets  1 510 714  1 346 767
Inventory  31 880  20 264
Trade receivables  476 641  435 573
Other receivables  179 982  208 778
Other current financial assets  184  8 320
Current tax assets  39 555  38 481
Cash and cash equivalents  1 049 803  746 939
Current assets  1 778 045  1 458 355
Total assets  3 288 759  2 805 122
         
LIABILITIES AND EQUITY Net Net
In thousands of euros 03.31.19* 03.31.18
Capital  8 650  8 652
Premiums  335 759  234 123
Consolidated reserves  475 624  507 102
Consolidated earnings  99 985  139 452
Total equity  920 018  889 330
Provisions  2 469  3 074
Employee benefit  14 382  10 289
Long-term borrowings  890 366  933 629
Deferred tax liabilities  127 903  96 047
Non-current liabilities  1 035 119  1 043 039
Short-term borrowings  453 299  361 538
Trade payables  188 787  176 613
Other liabilities  664 617  321 935
Current tax liabilities  26 918  12 667
Current liabilities  1 333 621  872 753
Total liabilities  2 368 740  1 915 792
Total liabilities and equity  3 288 759  2 805 122

* Consolidated financial statements include cumulative impacts of IFRS 15 as at April 1, 2018


Consolidated cash flow statement for comparison with other industry players (unaudited)

In thousands of euros 03.31.19 03.31.18  
Cash flows from non-IFRS operating activities      
Consolidated earnings 99 985 139 452  
+/- Share in profit of associates -294 224  
+/- Net depreciation on internal & external games & movies 485 928 462 207  
+/- Other depreciation on fixed assets 98 330 81 824  
+/- Net Provisions 22 039 4 052  
+/- Cost of share-based payments 54 686 39 558  
+/- Gains / losses on disposals 261 308  
+/- Other income and expenses calculated (5 401) 8 578  
+/- Cost of internal development and license development (587 699) (521 290)  
+/- IFRS15 restatement 132 164 0  
CASH FLOW FROM NON-IFRS OPERATION 300 000   214 914  
Inventory (31 326) 229  
Trade receivables (18 031) (61 544)  
Other assets  29 648 (78 567)  
Trade payables  3 181 15 243  
Other liabilities  101 203   79 591  
 +/- Change in working capital from non-IFRS operating activities  84 675 (45 048)  
TOTAL CASH FLOW GENERATED BY NON-IFRS OPERATING ACTIVITIES  384 675 169 865  
- Payments for the acquisition of intangible assets and property, plant and equipment (74 403) (59 366)  
+ Proceeds from the disposal of intangible assets and property, plant and equipment  25 20  
Free Cash-Flow 310,297 110,519  
+/- Other cash flows from investing activities (43 816) (131 493)  
+ Repayment of loans and other financial assets  142 057 29 790  
+/- Changes in scope (1)  (84 327) (77 589)  
CASH USED BY NON-IFRS INVESTING ACTIVITIES (60 464) (238 637)  
Cash flows from financing activities      
+ New borrowings  603 661 894 598  
+ New finance leases  21 5 054  
- Repayment of finance leases (1 300) (1 672)  
- Repayment of borrowings (572 177) (487 677)  
+ Proceeds from shareholders in capital increases  131 910 48 951  
+/- Sales / purchases of own shares (201 899) (411 498)  
CASH GENERATED (USED) BY FINANCING ACTIVITIES (39 784) 47 755  
Net change in cash and cash equivalents  284 427 (21 017)  
Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the fiscal year  583 354 632 314  
Foreign exchange gains/losses  10 831 (27 943)  
Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the fiscal year(1)  878 612   583 354  
(1) Including cash in companies acquired and disposed of (2 254) 4 738  
 

 

RECONCILIATION OF NET CASH POSITION
     
  Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period  878 612  583 354
  Bank borrowings and from the restatement of finance leases (946 385) (1 005 431)
  Commercial papers (226 000) (126 000)
  NET CASH POSITION (293 773) (548 077)

Consolidated cash flow statement (IFRS, extract from the accounts which have undergone an audit review by Statutory Auditors)

In thousands of euros 03.31.19 03.31.18
Cash flows from operating activities adjusted    
Consolidated earnings  99 985 139 452
+/- Share in profit of associates (294) 224
+/- Net Depreciation  584 259 544 031
+/- Net Provisions  22 039 4 052
+/- Cost of share-based payments  54 686 39 558
+/- Gains / losses on disposals  261 308
+/- Other income and expenses calculated (5 401) 8 578
+/- Tax Expense  48 418 69 241
TOTAL CASH FLOW FROM OPERATIONS  803 951 805 445
Inventory (31 326) 229
Trade receivables (18 031) (61 544)
Other assets  28 408 (87 590)
Trade payables  3 181 15 243
Other liabilities  254 772 52 832
 +/- Change in working capital from operating activities adjusted  237 005 (80 830)
 +/- Payable tax expense  (68 582) (33 460)
TOTAL CASH FLOW GENERATED BY OPERATING ACTIVITIES  972 374 691 155
- Payments for the acquisition of internal & external games (587 699) (521 290)
- Payments for the acquisition of intangible assets and property, plant and equipment (74 403) (59 366)
+ Proceeds from the disposal of intangible assets and property, plant and equipment 25 20
+/- Other cash flows from investing activities (43 815) (131 493)
+ Repayment of loans and other financial assets  142 057 29 790
+/- Changes in scope (1) (84 327) (77 589)
CASH USED BY INVESTING ACTIVITIES ADJUSTED (648 162) (759 927)
Cash flows from financing activities    
+ New borrowings  603 661 894 598
+ New finance leases  21 5 054
- Repayment of finance leases (1 300) (1 672)
- Repayment of borrowings (572 177) (487 677)
+ Proceeds from shareholders in capital increases  131 910 48 951
+/- Sales / purchases of own shares (201 899) (411 498)
CASH GENERATED (USED) BY FINANCING ACTIVITIES (39 784) 47 755
Net change in cash and cash equivalents  284 427 (21 017)
Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the fiscal year  583 354 632 314
Foreign exchange gains/losses  10 831 (27 943)
Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the fiscal year(1)  878 612 583 354
(1) Including cash in companies acquired and disposed of (2 254) 4 738



[1] Player Recurring Investment includes sales of digital items, DLC, season passes, subscriptions and advertising

[2] Total hours of esports content watched on the Group's official Youtube and Twitch channels

[3] Sales at constant exchange rates are calculated by applying to the data for the period under review the average exchange rates used for the same period of the previous fiscal year

[4] For further information on income statement movements and cash flows see the slideshow published on the Ubisoft website.

[5] Based on the consolidated cash flow statement for comparison with other industry players (not audited)

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