Sunday, September 19, 2021

Record results for Team17

Indie video game label, Team17, which has offices in Nottingham, Manchester, and Wakefield, has reported record half year results.

According to unaudited interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2021, the firm has posted record revenues of £40.1m, up 3% from £38.8m in H1 2020.

Profit before tax meanwhile also hit a new record – £14m, up 5% from £13.3m in the same period of last year.

Debbie Bestwick, Chief Executive Officer of Team17 Group, said: “Our performance during the first half of this year is a testament to the continued commitment and passion of our teamsters and label partners.

“I am delighted to report we’ve been able to continue the trend of delivering improved year on year results specifically considering the corresponding half record set the previous year, which benefitted from the one-off impact of the global pandemic and large swathes of global lockdowns.

“Alongside the acquisition of the GWYF IP in January, the recent acquisition of StoryToys improves the breadth of our offering across the gaming space and brings an exceptional team with additional skill sets into the Group.

“I’m very pleased to share today that we have further strengthened our Games Label team with a very high-profile executive hire in Michael Pattison who joins from Sony Interactive Entertainment as CEO of our Games Label from next month. Alongside Emmet O’Neill, CEO of StoryToys, we are building a truly remarkable senior leadership team to help deliver on our shared vision for the future of the Group.

“Sadly, earlier this year we said goodbye to one of our teamsters, Troy Horton who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly and we’d like to dedicate this year to him and the amazing legacy he leaves within each of us. He was a UK gaming legend but also an inspiration to each and every one of us here at Team17.

“I’d also like to thank our exceptional business partners who over the last 18 months have worked tirelessly to ensure we have delivered our games on time in very challenging times.”

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