Kingsoft PR, 3/25/10
Chinese application and entertainment software developer Kingsoft (3888.HK) has announced its financial results for 2009, with net revenues up 25% YoY to reach RMB 1.02 bln.
Net income attributable to shareholders was RMB 387.22 mln, up 26% YoY.
Revenues from entertainment software were RMB 684.24 mln, up 24% YoY. Revenues from applications software were RMB 329.19 mln, up 26% YoY. Other revenues reached RMB 8.97 mln in 2009.
Revenues from Mainland China reached RMB 957.42 mln, accounting for 93.6% of total revenues, followed by RMB 53.97 mln in revenues from Japan, accounting for 5.3%, and RMB 11.02 mln from other countries.
Daily average peak concurrent users of the company's massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) reached 1.13 mln, up 10% YoY and 7% QoQ. Monthly average paying users rose to 1.76 mln, up 15% YoY and 14% QoQ. This quarter-over-quarter increase in paying users and daily average peak concurrent users was largely contributed by newly launched JX Online 3 in China and JX Online World in Vietnam. Monthly ARPU for Kingsoft's MMORPGs remained flat YoY and rose 9% QoQ to RMB 38.
Daily average paying users of Kingsoft Internet Security online services reached 8.74 mln, up 4% YoY and 6% QoQ. Monthly ARPU for online services of Kingsoft Internet Security business held flat quarter-over-quarter and increased by RMB 0.2 year-over-year to RMB 2.1. This increase resulted primarily from the increased portion of SMS and bank card subscribers with higher monthly ARPU.
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