- Video game company Frontier Developments said it expected to more than triple its first-half revenue following the successful launch of 'Jurassic World Evolution' in June.

Revenue for the six months through November was seen rising to £64m, up from £19m on-year.

Sales were also boosted the ongoing performance of 'Elite Dangerous' and 'Planet Coaster'.

For the full year, Frontier Developments said it remained comfortable with analyst revenue projections of £75m-to-£88m, while adding it expected to exceed the mid-point of that range.

'We are very pleased with the success of Jurassic World Evolution, which has been our biggest launch to date,' chief executive David Braben said.

'Elite Dangerous and Planet Coaster also continue to perform well, as our strategy of supporting, nurturing and enhancing each of our game franchises continues to deliver.'

'I look forward to providing more details about our fourth game franchise, as well as our existing franchises, in the coming months.'

At 2:33pm: [LON:FDEV] Frontier Developments Plc share price was -6p at 904p

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