According to figures recently published by Midway, 2007 has been a difficult year for the publisher. The fourth quarter in particular was a financial blow. The bottom line is that Midway lost a whopping $80.3 million in 2007, more than $10 million more than their 2006 loss. It should be noted, however, that these figures are not calculated according to GAAP guidelines, a system that is widely used in America to draw up the financial balance. So it’s likely that the actual losses will be somewhat lower, but nevertheless, it appears that Midway has had another difficult year. David Zucker, president of Midway, expects things to get better in 2008:

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”Now that we have overcome many of the technology hurdles that we encountered over the last year, we anticipate smoother launches as we release our strong 2008 lineup.”


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