Nazara, an India based gaming and sports media company announced that its operating revenues have increased 84 percent YoY to Rs 454.2 crore. The main driver behind this revenue is Nazara's verticals Gamified Early Learnings and eSports which grew by 819% YoY and 102% YoY to Rs. 175.8 crore and Rs. 170.1 crore, respectively. Manish Agarwal, Group CEO of Nazara that they recorded a Rs 478.4 crore cash reserve including liquid investments, apart from zero debt on its balance sheet. However, it's worth mentioning that the company’s overall revenues declined by 5% sequentially, due to seasonal reasons. For instance, Nodwin Gaming, (which is included in Nazara's ESports vertical) does not plan big events for the last quarter as 14–21 year-olds have exams during this time. Key financial highlights for the financial year 2021 Operating revenues grew by 84% YoY to Rs. 454.2 crore Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) grew by 508% YoY to Rs. 59.6 crore EBITDA margins improved from 3.7% in FY20 to 12.7% in FY21 Delivered a profit after tax (PAT) of Rs 13.6 crore in FY21 Recorded a positive net cash flow from operations of Rs. 67.4 crore in FY21 Revenue contribution in FY21 according to business segments Agarwal, said, “As we operate in the high growth business segments of Gamified early learning, eSports and Freemium, we will continue to prioritize growth over profit maximization, so that we can achieve and maintain market leadership in segments we operate in." Key takeaways eSports to be…
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