Pottermore sales and profits rise with 'strong' Harry Potter sales

Pottermore sales and profits rise with 'strong' Harry Potter sales

Pottermore, the digital company for J K Rowling’s Wizarding World, saw revenues rise 3.2% and profits increase 23.2% in the 12 months to 31st March 2020.

The company, which has not yet made its accounts public at Companies House, said revenue increased to £32.5m from £31.5m the previous year. Pretax profits were up to £8.5m from £6.9m.

Pottermore said it had continued to perform “above expectations" thanks to strong sales from Harry Potter e-books and digital audio.

It added: “Pottermore Publishing continued to benefit from the open commerce strategy initiated in 2015, making its content...

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