It's all happiness and sunshine in the latest financial report for Nexon, which sees the company's Q2 2015 revenue up 16% from its Q2 2014 totals. In total, the company brought in 42.7 billion yen, equivalent to about $343 million, during the three month period ending June 30, 2015. Operating income (after expenses) was 11.3 billion yen, or approximately $90 million.
In North America and Europe, Nexon attributes its strong showing to the launch of mobile title DomiNations. Nexon's bullish on the future, too, with MapleStory 2 having launched in Korea July 7, and Need For Speed Edge and Titanfall coming to various parts of the world later this year.
You can read the full financial report here.
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