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Havok creates €8.3m profits

Havok, the Dublin software firm that was recently bought by Intel for$110 million (€76 million), had turnover of $12.1 million (€8.3 million) last year and made a small profit.

15th December, 2007

Havok, the Dublin software firm that was recently bought by Intel for$110 million (€76 million), had turnover of $12.1 million (€8.3 million) last year and made a small profit.

The firm’s software is used in more than 150 computer games, including major titles such as Assassin’s Creed and Halo 3, the record-breaking Xbox 360 game.

New accounts for Havok show that the firm made a pre-tax profit of just over $100,000 last year.

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