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Do you think that the music industry is taking shortcuts right now?

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Jason Hayes, thanks for your time.

WOW subs top 10 million, Activision profits rise

Azeroth is filling up again. In the financial report of its third quarter of fiscal 2013, which ended on September 30th, Activision reiterated today that WoW Cataclysm Classic 's subscriber base has grown to more than 10 million users. This is an increase of 900,000 over 9.1 million figures that was reported in August. It also is following the September launch of the fourth expansion to the game: Mists of Pandaria.

In the end, Activision had a rosy period. The company earned $226 in earnings, an increase from the $148 million it earned the same time the previous year. Net revenues for the time totaled $841 million. This is an improvement over the previous year's total which was $754 million. Digital channels at Activision were an area of strength for the firm. Digital channels' net revenues were $430 million, which is 51 percent of the net revenue.

Activision Chief Executive Officer Robert Kotick called out a several properties that drove the company's performance in the last quarter. They included Mists of Pandaria, Skylanders Spyro's Adventure and the back catalog sales for WoW Cataclysm Classic titles.

In the future, Kotick said WoW Cataclysm Classic is likely to become "one one of the biggest and most popular launches of any type of entertainment in the past." Furthermore, Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg confirmed that pre-orders are in place for Black Ops II are pacing ahead of WoW Cataclysm Classic.

Thanks to its strong third-quarter performance, Activision has raised its expectations for the entire year. Activision now anticipates to bring in $4.57 billion in revenue for the year, which is an increase by $4.33 billion that the company originally anticipated.

The year ahead is anticipated to be a challenging year. Kotick added that Activision has been "cautious" in its approach towards 2013 because of several things.

"As we approach 2013 we remain concerned about our business prospects due to the constantly challenging global economy and the ongoing transition of consoles and very difficult year-over year comparisons due to Blizzard's record-breaking cheap WoW Cataclysm Classic Gold sales in 2012," he said.

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