Big Fish Games, the casual games platform, earned more than $220 million in revenue in 2012. The company also passed two billion downloads, which started in 2002. 2012 was also the 10th consecutive year of revenue growth.
"We achieved nearly 20 per cent top-line bookings growth last year and anticipate our growth rate to accelerate throughout 2013 and 2014, largely due to our new lines of business that are now at a meaningful scale," said CEO and founder Paul Thelen in a statement.
"Mobile is our fastest growing platform and now accounts for 30 per cent of total company bookings. A year ago we transitioned from a premium 'games you own' business model to providing more choices to our customers on how and where they want to play. More than half of our mobile bookings now come from a free-to-play business model."
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