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Nintendo operational profit drops by 10.2 percent

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Despite the stronger sales in the Switch console business, Nintendo Co, a Japan-based gaming company, has reported a downfall of 10.2 percent in its operating profit.

In a statement issued by the company, Nintendo said, “The company has reported, 27.4 billion yen (Approx. $252.26 million) in its operating profit for the first quarter. Whereas, the revenue increased by 2.4 percent to 172 billion yen ($1.58 billion).”

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“During the three months from April and June, the company sold 2.13 million units which bring the total sale of 36.87 million Switch consoles.” the statement added.

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