Nottingham-headquartered Games Workshop, the manufacturer of miniature wargames, has hailed its best ever results despite the Coronavirus pandemic.
Revenue has risen to £269.7m in the year to 31 May 2020 from £265.6m in 2019. Profit before tax meanwhile grew from £81.3m in 2019 to £89.4m.
Kevin Rountree, CEO of Games Workshop said: “An amazing set of results – the best year in Games Workshop’s history, so far.
“You can once again see from these results that our business and the Warhammer hobby are in good shape.
“We look forward to the year ahead and will face any challenges head on and learn from our mistakes. We thank our staff and customers and other stakeholders for their continued support during these uncertain times.”
After initially claiming furlough relief and other governmental support, the company has said it is now in the process of repaying in full, where possible.