Nottingham-headquartered Games Workshop has reported “cracking” half-year results as revenue and profits skyrocketed, reaching record levels.
In the six months to 29 November 2020, revenue at the company grew to £186.8m, up from £148.4m in the six months to 1 December 2019.
Profit before tax meanwhile jumped to £91.6m from £58.6m.
Kevin Rountree, CEO of Games Workshop, said: “Another cracking performance from a truly amazing, global team; a solid six months building on the great progress and profitable growth we have been consistently delivering over the last five years.
“Finally, I’d like to thank our enthusiastic and loyal fan base who share our love for the Warhammer Hobby and the fantastical settings, characters and narratives that make up our IP. Their ongoing support and feedback have been invaluable, keeping us honest when we have fallen short and driving us onward to continue to deliver more and better.”