Candy Crush is getting less and less

The Swedish King Digital Entertainment earns less and less on the already three-year-old game Candy Crush Saga. In the past quarter, turnover of 490 million was generated, while net profit fell from 185 million dollars last year to 119 million this year. Almost half of the turnover is borne by Candy Crush, but CEO Riccardo Zacconi promises to invest again in the game for smartphones and tablets

The Swedish King Digital Entertainment earns less and less on the already three-year-old game Candy Crush Saga. In the past quarter, turnover of 490 million was generated, while net profit fell from 185 million dollars last year to 119 million this year.

Almost half of the turnover is borne by Candy Crush, but CEO Riccardo Zacconi promises to invest again in the game for smartphones and tablets.

Analysts remain concerned about the dependence of the playmaker on what now seems to become a 'one hit wonder'.

Derived products like Candy Crush Soda have done less well, just like the puzzle game Alphabetty Saga. Last week the game Paradise Bay appeared, which in any case rises sharply in the rankings.