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Gundam Franchise’s Annual Sales High 100 Billion Yen for 1st Time

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Bandai Namco Holdings reported on Wednesday that the Mobile Crawl well with Gundam franchise earned 101.7 billion yen (about US$783 million) all the map via your entire conserving neighborhood’s subsidiaries within the fiscal Twelve months ending in March 2022. This marks the fundamental time the franchise has earned more than 100 billion yen (about US$770 million) in a single fiscal Twelve months.

The earnings are a 7% lift from the old Twelve months, when it earned 95 billion yen (about US$731 million), and about two situations more than the franchise had earned in 2010. The figure combines revenues from all the map via the neighborhood’s portfolio, which contains tv and theatrical anime, video games, merchandise, occasions, and toys and fervour goods — particularly Gundam plastic units. The toy segment of the franchise has also considered gradually rising earnings, with 44.2 billion yen (about US$340 million) earned in fiscal Twelve months 2021, nearly a threefold lift from 2010’s 15 billion yen (about US$115 million) earnings.

The Gundam franchise now represents more than 10% of the sales of Bandai Namco Holdings. The firm’s sales for the Dragon Ball franchise is accumulated better at 127.6 billion yen (about US$983 million), however not like Dragon Ball, Bandai Namco Holdings is the fundamental intellectual property rights holder for Gundam.

The firm projects that the franchise will produce 119 billion yen (about US$916 million) within the subsequent fiscal Twelve months, or about 13% of the firm’s projected general sales of 880 billion yen (about US$6.7 billion).

Source: Animation Commercial Journal (Tadashi Sudo)



Disclosure: Bandai Namco Filmworks Inc., a completely owned subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings Inc., is a non-controlling, minority shareholder in Anime News Network Inc.


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