Disney Interactive has revealed a year-over-year revenue increase of 107 percent in its Q4 2013 financial results thanks largely to the success of Disney Infinity. Walt Disney chairman and CEO Robert Iger revealed that Infinity has sold over 1 million of its $75 starter packs across all platforms.
Disney Interactive brought in $396 million for the quarter, up $205 million from the $191 million earned in the same period of the company’s 2012 fiscal year. The Walt Disney Company also reported full-year revenues up 7 percent to $45.04 billion, and a net income increase of 8 percent to $6.14 billion.
“We’re extremely pleased with our results for fiscal 2013, delivering record revenue, net income and earnings per share for the third year in a row,” Iger added, in part. “It was another great year for the company, both creatively and financially, and we remain confident that we are well positioned to continue our strong performance and drive long-term shareholder value.”