Ubisoft sees quarterly rise in net bookings
July 20 (Reuters) - French video games group Ubisoft (UBIP.PA) on Tuesday predicted a rise in net bookings for its second quarter, as it expands its existing franchises.
The maker of the blockbuster "Assassin's Creed" franchise expects net bookings of 340 million euros ($400.04 million) for the three months ending in September, up from 326 million for the last quarter.
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Reporting by Sarah Morland and Enrico Sciacovelli in Gdansk
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