Today, Microsoft hosted its latest earnings call where it discussed everything from its cloud business to gaming up until December 2018. Overall, the company brought in $32.5 billion in revenue, out of which $8.4 billion was net income. The gaming division is going store, as the revenue grew by eight percent to $4.23 billion. This can mostly be attributed to strong third-party sales.
— Microsoft (@Microsoft) January 30, 2019
Unfortunately, there weren’t any details provided about Xbox Game Pass and how it was doing. A few months ago, Executive Vice President of Gaming Phil Spencer said that the service already reached “millions of gamers.” Hopefully Microsoft will provide more details as the subscription service grows.
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