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Microsoft's "money-sucking machine" reports that the game "my World" earns $100 million a year.

2024-04-25 Update From: SLTechnology News&Howtos shulou NAV: SLTechnology News&Howtos > IT Information >


Shulou( Report--, Nov. 24 (Xinhua)-- before taking office as Microsoft CEO, Nadella made an effort to get Microsoft to acquire the Mojang studio behind the game "my World."

Although Microsoft spent a fairly high price of $2.5 billion ( Note: currently about RMB 17.9 billion), the game has become a "cash machine" owned by Microsoft, and it has been reported that Microsoft can earn $100m a year (currently about RMB 716 million) from the "my World" game.

The name on LinkedIn platform is Jeff Y. The page of 50% of employees shows this data, while Jeff Y. An executive at Microsoft's first Mojang Studio behind "my World" and a former developer at the studio, he claims to have helped develop the "key features" of the game and solved many Bug, significantly improving the quality of the game.

According to Wikipedia data, as of October this year, "my World" has sold more than 300 million copies, the game has landed on almost all platforms, in addition to selling the game itself, Microsoft has also made considerable revenue through in-game stores, official server rentals, periphery and other aspects.

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