Nvidia: Nintendo Switch made for “record gaming console revenue”

Speaking during a earnings call, Colette Kress, CFO of Nvidia, cited that the Nintendo Switch platform has contributed to “record gaming console revenue” for the established company. It is not hard to see why considering the success of the latest Nintendo platform which has performed stronger than expected around the world coming off the back of the ill-fated Wii U system. Colette Kress had to say:

“We also have record gaming console revenue on strong demand for the Nintendo Switch. And we continue to grow our cloud gaming service, GeForce NOW, which has doubled in the past seven months to reach over 5 million registered users. GeForce NOW is unique as an open platform that connects to popular game stores, including Steam, Epic Games, and Ubisoft Connect, allowing gamers access to the titles they already own.”


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