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VIDEO: Sumo Group runs through its 2019 results and exciting plans for the future (SUMO) (piworld)

23 Apr 2020 | by: Richard Mason

Earlier this week, Sumo Group (LSE:SUMO), which provides creative and development services to the video games and entertainment industries, exceeded the market’s expectations with a strong set of results for 2019.

Among the highlights was a 26.6% jump in revenues to £49 million, and a 30% leap in gross profit to £23.9 million.

Elsewhere, the business said it entered 2020 in “great shape” and is continuing to experience strong demand for its services in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic.

In the video below, provided by piworld, Sumo’s chief executive Carl Cavers and chief financial officer David Wilton run through the figures in more detail.

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