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Edited Transcript of MAGIN.ST earnings conference call or presentation 30-Jun-20 8:00am GMT

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Q3 2020 MAG Interactive AB (publ) Earnings Call Jul 18, 2020 (Thomson StreetEvents) -- Edited Transcript of MAG Interactive AB (publ) earnings conference call or presentation Tuesday, June 30, 2020 at 8:00:00am GMT TEXT version of Transcript ================================================================================ Corporate Participants ================================================================================ * Daniel Hasselberg MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director * Magnus Wiklander MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO ================================================================================ Presentation -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [1] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hello. Welcome to the Q3 report for MAG Interactive. So we're going to talk about March, April and May today. And here to present is myself, Daniel Hasselberg, CEO of MAG. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [2] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- And me, Magnus, CFO. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [3] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- And as usual, before we go into the highlights of the report, reminding you that we have a Q&A session at the end. And also, we'll take questions on Twitter during the day, and you're going to get some information about how to reach us on Twitter. And a couple of words about MAG before we dive into things. So we are a mobile games developer, started here in Stockholm 10 years ago. Now we have one studio here in Stockholm with about 65 people, and we are about 25 people in Brighton in the U.K. as well. And over these 10 years, we have reached more than 250 million downloads. And our focus is basically North America and Western Europe, or that's where we've seen the biggest traction for our games to date. We are a free-to-play developer, which means that we are working with this kind of crossroads of creativity and data. So building really fun, engaging games, and then we use data to kind of optimize product experiences, and also of course in the performance marketing part of the business, it's really important to be on top of all things data related. So we have some really good analysts and a lot of good tools we developed over the years to be able to do that. And since we started, we have launched a number of games, I'd say, on average maybe one game a year. So that ends up being a really strong live portfolio of games. We have more than 2 million daily active players. It's a very steady number for us. We've seen -- we have more than 1 million hours of game play being played every day, something we're very proud of. So it's not only high volumes of downloads and players, it's also a very high engagement. And the portfolio is kind of split between single player and multiplayer games, but the focus for the last 2 years has been on kind of keeping -- doubling down on multiplayer, both existing ones and building new multiplayer games. And today, we also want to talk a bit about how we view our product portfolio in terms of where are the different products in their life cycle. So we split this up into kind of 4 parts: new games, growth games, evergreens and catalog. And new games, obviously, that's both -- all the guys have worked on the games you haven't seen yet, but then the games that are out there also generating revenue. So that we have New QuizDuel, which is kind of almost in the growth part now. And we have made a bit of a dotted arrow here from old QuizDuel to New QuizDuel, and that is to show audience moving from one game to the other. And that kind of cross-promotion of players will push New QuizDuel up into the growth part of this chart. And in the growth chart, we have games that are -- have significant revenue for the company and also a significant growth potential. That's basically how we define that area. And then, of course, we have the evergreens and the catalog games. So... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [4] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exactly. So on the right-hand side, we have the evergreens and the catalog. We have the mature games has been around for quite a few years. On the upper half, the evergreens is where we have the -- more significant revenue per game. And we find QuizDuel and Ruzzle and WordBrain. And these are games that have really good volume asset and good margins. So we make good profit out of each game there. Usually, also, for the multi-player part of this, we have the situation where the audience is actually very content. They're relatively easy to maintain and run. But we continue to invest in these games and we continue to launch updates. For example, Ruzzle recently had major upgrades to itself. WordBrain is also in that portfolio -- part of the portfolio where we have higher revenues, slightly more content heavy since we have to create the content for users on an ongoing basis for a single player and level-based game. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [5] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- And the amazing part with that part of the portfolio is kind of -- there is really hard to see an end to this. We've seen games being out for 7, 8 years, and there's no sign of the games going away. So I don't think anyone in the free-to-play space knows the lifetime of a game yet. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [6] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exactly. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [7] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- It might be 15 years. It might be longer. Who knows. At least more than 8 years. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [8] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For sure. And in the lower part of this chart, we have the catalog games, which is lower revenue, but otherwise the same logic. They've been around for a long time, and they will stick with us for many more years and continue to deliver contribution to the company. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [9] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. So I think that's a pretty good overview. I'm very happy to see that we have games in all parts of this chart. So new up-and-comers, the growth games and then the very stable games with high profit margins. So moving on to some of the key events during this period. So again, this is March, April and May. Wordzee's growth is, of course, a highlight for us. This is a game we talked about last report as well that it's now out live globally, and we're learning more about the game in terms of kind of game KPIs. You see how the marketing works, and Q3 has really been a growth quarter for Wordzee. So on the back of these very high ARPDAUs and strong KPIs, we've been able to kind of accelerate user acquisition. So that's one of the biggest games now already in the portfolio in terms of revenue. New QuizDuel is out live now since early May. We've been gradually rolling out in more and more markets and globally live in May. So that's a big deal for us, of course. The biggest game we have in terms of active players is QuizDuel. So kind of optimizing that player base is a big deal for us. And then we have continued pandemic effects. We described it that way because in the Q2 report, we actually talked a bit about March due to the circumstances. And as we mentioned back then, we had a huge influx of new players when markets went into lockdown, like Italy, France, Germany, we saw these install spikes in end of March. And that, of course, turns into daily actives and monthly active users. And that brought us up to more than 2.5 million daily actives. So that was end of March, and I think we saw that peak in -- sometime early April. And then kind of installs, those kind of organic boost of installs normalized during this quarter and then daily actives kind of settling down a bit because that's how kind of retention curves a little. But a very good boost to our business for sure. But then when speaking about the pandemic, of course, it's been good for the business of MAG, but it's, of course, a huge negative deal for the world in general and for MAG as well. So we have offices here in Stockholm, in Sweden, we have in the U.K., which are kind of 2 of the worst-hit countries in Europe in terms of COVID-19. So this remains a top priority for us to make sure we act in a good way. And we remain remote first, which means that the majority of people work from their homes. Yes. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [10] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. And, of course, it's important to make sure that, that works, but it's also been #1 for us to sort of take care of ourselves, our employees and the company and also look outside of the company to see what we can do to contribute. Internally, it's been about launching services and make sure people have what they need to work from home and everything. And externally, we really try to figure out how we can affect the world or help the world and society in -- from our position that we have. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [11] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. So we -- part of that has been being part of an industry-wide initiative called Playing Apart Together (sic) [Play Apart Together]. So that's been an initiative to basically reach out to the players and show that you care and try to help them in a stressful situation. So it's been great to see our -- each of the teams at MAG have really taken part in this and done different kind of events in their games, both kind of Ruzzle, Word Domination, WordBrain and Wordzee have all done kind of WordBrain COVID-related events and talked to the community and try to show that we're here for them. And interacting with your player community is always important to build better games and engage the community, of course. But it felt extra important during this time. Yes. So let's talk a bit about the outcome business-wise from this quarter. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [12] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exactly. So we'll have a quick dive down into the numbers. Starting out, of course, as always, with net sales, which is also, I guess, a highlight of the report with 34% up year-over-year. So going from SEK 48 million to SEK 65 million. And a lot of the growth here comes from QuizDuel and Wordzee. And we also have an effect on the pandemic situation as we mentioned. And it's nice to note that -- we mentioned before that we have like 2 main areas to grow the business. One is improving the KPIs for the existing user base, which is relatively stable. And of course, launching new games. And here, we have both contributing. And we'll come back to that also into our discussion in a second. Looking at the marketing of the user acquisition. We're quite happy to note that we're back to levels where we will look to be for a while, SEK 26 million spent in the quarter. That's up from SEK 16 million the year before, but it's also up from SEK 14 million in Q2. So sequentially, it's quite a dramatic change. A lot of that connected to Wordzee, our newest game in the portfolio. We take that with us into the contribution discussion where we filed a historically strong contribution of SEK 31 million. That's up from SEK 28 million in the last -- same quarter last year. Normally, where in this short period of time, we would push down our profitability metrics, we have hurt the contribution as well as EBITDA. But with the organic growth we have in QuizDuel in the quarter, we're counteracting that and balancing out. So we're landing contribution on a sort of strong level. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [13] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. I think it's a good thing you point out here that these kind of 2 growth pillars and being able to expand on user acquisition is a really good sign for us as a business that we have games we can support with this much user acquisition. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [14] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. We'll have a quick look also on our other KPIs: MAU, DAU and ARPDAU. Starting out with MAU. And MAU is really our audience. Those are the players that come in on a monthly basis, so that's pretty much the users. And we're going from 7.3 million to 8.2 million year-over-year. So we're adding almost 1 million users compared to last year. We're also adding 1.5 million between Q2 and Q3. So that shows the influx of users during the quarter compared to what we had in the previous quarter. A lot connected to the pandemic, but also, of course, to growing game. Now if you look at DAU, the effect is slightly smaller. We go from 2.2 million last year to 2.4 million. We already mentioned that we had a peak in the June pandemic, the lockdowns of countries. And the peak was in the beginning of April. And since then, a bit of fade out of those audiences as expected, and the average is 2.4 million for the quarter. Look at ARPDAU, as we've also said -- seen before, we have a sort of a cross-portfolio improvement of ARPDAU in all the multiplayer games, both the old ones. And of course, also adding a new game with Wordzee with stronger-than-average ARPDAU or significantly stronger-than-average ARPDAU. Not a huge user base yet, but at least contributing to add to the increasing ARPDAU portfolio. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [15] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. For sure. And then coming back to this transitioning to focus on multiplayer. So if you follow the company for a while, you have seen this picture, where we kind of separate multiple and single-payer revenue. So the pink parts here are the multi-player revenues that have shown a really nice growth over the last 7 quarters. And here, we also kind of put in ARPDAU in the same picture to show the correlation here between revenue growth and ARPDAU improvements. And we think we still have a lot to do on the part of things. So it's a very loyal and stable player base. So be able to optimize ARPDAU there is a great way to grow the business. And then, of course, you can see between Q2 and Q3 here is a really sharp growth, which is a combination of pandemic boost of players, but also, as we mentioned, New QuizDuel and Wordzee, both kind of growing in a really great way. So yes, it's clear that this kind of strategic shift has paid off for us, and we're very happy to continue on this path, focused on multiplayer. Worth noting here as well is the light blue part with a single-payer revenues. It's, as you can see, very stable over the last quarters here. So it's something we can rely on, which is a great kind of contribution generator. So a few words about what we're up to right now. So Wordzee, really in scale-up mode. Very strong ARPDAU, which makes it possible for us to support the game with more user acquisition. During this quarter, we also passed 1 million downloads, which is kind of our receipt of that we made a game that works well. We're very proud of our product development process that keeps on getting games out that work well, and we get to these million downloads in a reasonable time after launching a game. Same thing with New QuizDuel. So global launch in May and it's also passed 1 million downloads during this quarter. And of course, in Word Domination and Ruzzle, we also have active teams developing features, as you mentioned. And Ruzzle came out with a new event engine. So there's now continuously running events in the game, and we see how that improved ARPDAU and conversion to payer. I think it's a great example of this reusing good ideas from games -- across the game because they have a similar audience. We have the multiplayer approach in all of the games. So this is really a strength for us as a company to be able to kind of see what worked in Word Domination, do that in Wordzee and now in Ruzzle and so on, and also stuff coming to New QuizDuel that we also see overperform compared to classic QuizDuel. And then, of course, continuously we live operate WordBrain and the catalog games. And it's a small team of 3 people that's running these games that are contributing like SEK 7 million, SEK 8 million every quarter in revenues. It's a very highly profitable and great part of our business. And just summing up what we're focused on right now. One is, of course, the continued scale-up of Wordzee. So we're both recruiting more people to that team to build an even stronger group, and we have a very exciting road map ahead to kind of execute on. So I think there's a lot of exciting stuff coming for Wordzee in the next 12 months. We're going to continue to invest in user acquisition behind Wordzee and Word Domination, of course, and continue to invest in infrastructure and new games. So what we see over these years, as I talked about in the beginning of this presentation as well, the portfolio is an incredible value for the company. So to keep on getting new games out that work well, that can reliably build this pile of users and revenues is kind of a very solid strategy that we rely on. So we're going to continue to invest in new game development. And of course, the cross-promotion activity to New QuizDuel is a bit of an outlier in terms of growth strategy. We have the optimizing on existing user base and then we have the drive new games with user acquisition, but this is another part which is moving a huge audience from one older game into a new game with better KPIs. So that's a very exciting journey that we're on right now. And as of early May were global live, which means that we can cross-promote all of the players in classic QuizDuel. So that's an exciting part of the business development for -- during Q4. And with that, I think we're ready to go into a Q&A session. See if there's any questions from you guys who are watching this stream. ================================================================================ Questions and Answers -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [1] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Just pulling up the question window here. So if community-adjusted EBITDA seems to be above expectations, why is the stock tanking? So the stock price, I think, is very hard to comment on and, of course, to understand why. So I think people that are in the stock trading business probably have a better answer for why stocks move in different directions. But we're very happy with the report. That one is easy to comment from me. It's the highest revenue we've ever published as a public company. Do you still see 50-plus percent increase in revenue from New QD compared to QD? So what we see is a much higher ARPDAU and higher engagement. I think that's going to translate to revenues. But what we're on right now is this transition journey to move more and more players into New QuizDuel, and then I think it's going to show in the end how much better the game is when we have all the guys on board. Something I didn't mention is that we also introduced a subscription element to New QuizDuel. So same thing they're learning from Word Domination and now New QuizDuel also has subscriptions. So that's also going to be an exciting part to see grow. I think it fits well with this kind of very loyal user base. How has the advertising market changed for MAG during COVID-19? So maybe that's one for you. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [2] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exactly. That's something we kept a really close eye on. I think we talked about it in the last presentation as well, 3 months ago. We weren't sure when going into the quarter what was going to be the effect in the other [FX] market. And now, of course, we know much more. So I guess the main story is we've seen some movements from branding advertising into performance advertising in Germany, for example. I think we've been able to counteract all of that. So we've seen no or various effect on the sort of every important income per ad view that we have cross portfolio. And working with mediation partners, we can always navigate between where the money is in the market right now. So I think for us, we have seen, I think, no effect in that sense. But we can see some movements in the market. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [3] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. I mean, I think we talked about it before. Some of the obvious moves at least, that kind of certain types of brand advertisers are basically out of the market completely. It doesn't make sense to advertise for -- maybe for travel and so on at the moment. It's coming back for sure. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [4] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. Go ahead. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [5] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Comment on depreciations of the new games, QD, Wordzee, when it was activated for how long per game? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [6] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes. So quick back, we activate the games from sort of soft launch decisions. When we build the soft launch version of the game, we start to activate it into the balance sheet. And we depreciate over 3 years, so 36 months. And both games were activated starting end of last year. That's approximately the range we have. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [7] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So I think that's -- maybe compared to some others, we are pretty conservative in terms of activations. So we, of course, have a lot of development of games that are not in soft launch and that's not activated. So when we put it into the balance sheet, we're pretty confident that this is something that's actually -- has a lot of value for the company. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [8] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- [Very good]. Good point. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [9] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Confident about that. 2 quarters from now, what's your best guess on revenue split between in-app versus ads? So yes, that's an interesting one. I mean when you look at a game like Wordzee, for example, that has a very, very high ARPDAU, it also has a bigger percentage of in-app revenues. Especially in some markets. If you look at the U.S. market, which is always stronger on in-app, they have a higher conversion to payer normally and also more high spenders in the game. So it depends a bit on how the mix will transition. We also have a big movement of players from old to New QuizDuel. So depending on how well they will convert into payers, that could also potentially change the mix. But I -- my guess would be that we will tilt slightly more to in-apps versus ads over time. But it depends. I mean we have a really good ad monetization team that is also doing their best to optimize the ad side of things. So it's not like we don't like the ad revenues. But it's -- when you have games like Wordzee, for example, that monetizes really well in in-app revenues, that will probably start tilting it in a bit in that direction. The ad market is also kind of, in general, maybe not the last few months, but in general it's on an improving path as well in terms of rewarded video and how well they monetize. So we'll see. How come you have it so hard to actually make money? Even when corona effects, you have trouble making money. What are your thoughts about that? So that's, of course, the definition about making money is we're working on contribution as our kind of means to go from revenues to profitability. And then if we look at the organization side of things, we are investing in making new games. And as I mentioned, we're not activating all of that. So it shows up as kind of slightly less profitable other than you might do if you have another way of presenting it. But of course, the longer-term goal for any company and for us is to go to a strong EBIT margin and strong positive cash flows. But we are in a kind of growth state as a company. That's why we're recruiting more people, doubling down on Wordzee. We also see our kind of product development process as producing good results, and we should continue to invest in building new games, which will kind of build the growth of the company for many years to come. And the -- what we see -- and I think that's the important part is we have a really strong kind of underlying profit margins. So the games in themselves are profitable, but we are continuing to kind of invest in building organization as well to build the pipeline for the future. So we're not settling for SEK 65 million in revenues and optimizing profit margins on that revenue base. So we could easily show much more profit if the short-term was the most important for us, but we are building something exciting for the long term. How does subscriptions affect other revenue streams? How will you continue to develop that subscription model? So that's a really interesting one. So how we design subscriptions in our games is to not cannibalize on the in-app revenue part. So we're not giving away tons of things you could otherwise buy. So that's an important part. We've seen this as a true kind of additive on top of the in-apps. What we do offer is an ad-free experience. If you're subscribing, we think that makes sense to be part of a VIP experience. So for those users that are subscribers, they don't generate any ad revenues. But -- so that it cannibalizes on ad revenues, but it's a much bigger contribution on the subscription and in-app revenues than they did previously on ads. So we feel very confident that it's a net positive. And of course, like the player patterns we see on subscribers that are super low churn rates and is a very stable, loyal player base. And developing subscription models. I think it's -- if you look at the Word Domination development over the last year or so. So they launched subscriptions in, I think, April last year. And it was mainly ad-free, something else as well, but they continue to add on more exciting stuff. And I think the last fall, you started to win more things when you took part in events. And you can really see clearly that if I was a VIP, the benefits would be even higher. And there -- it's early access to some kind of content and so on. I think we're going to see more on that topic in the game. So making the experience kind of deeper and richer if you are a VIP and continue to remind people through running these kind of frequent events. So I think Word Domination shows how other games might develop. Any new game second half of 2020? So we're not announcing games until they are going into soft launch. So what we can say is that, of course, we have games in development, but we will have to wait until we announce things. So I can't comment on that. It sounded quite optimistic, what are the possibilities of M&A? What's your wish list in terms of size, geography and genre? So I think this refers to parts of the report, the CEO word. We talked about we have cash in the banks. We can both accelerate user acquisition and look at M&A opportunities. I think it's a pretty exciting market right now from a buyer perspective. So it's not as obvious to raise money if you're a smaller game studio, but we could provide something really interesting in terms of context and finances. So we are looking actively at potential M&A opportunities. And I think it's a really exciting time to be in a strong cash position. That's for sure. So that's something we continue to look at. In terms of kind of size and geography, we're pretty open to geography. Of course, it's easier if you're a slightly similar time zone, but we definitely work with North, South America as well. And size-wise, we're trying to find things that we define as kind of working. So a good game that's proven or a studio that already shows that it can generate revenues. And then it depends on kind of where they are in their life cycle, if that's more like a SEK 10 million acquisition or SEK 100 million acquisition or even bigger. And we will decide what to do depending on what the company looks like. And then we won't limit ourselves to the cash in the bank if we find something that's really amazing. One of our competitors, Zynga is investing in different techs like word games, instant messenger, Snapchat, Amazon Alexa. Are we also thinking of exploring these new opportunities? So we've been doing some of that historically. So New -- or QuizDuel, you can play that on Alexa already. So in Germany or in the U.S., you can play QuizDuel over voice, over Alexa. We were actually part like a beta launch partner with Facebook for the Instant Games. So we -- Wordalot, one of our catalog games, we did kind of instant game version of that game and launched -- as an exclusive set of like 10 or 15 studios globally were part of that launch back in 2017 or something. At least back then, it proved to be a pretty poor place in terms of getting good retention. So maybe our games weren't a good fit or maybe there was something we should have done differently, but we didn't get kind of a feel that we should double-down on Instant Games back then at least. But we're always looking to kind of trends where things are moving. But given the fact that we are working with kind of a very casual gamer audience, we want big volumes of players for our games. We can be slightly later to the party sometimes and make sure this is actually a valid platform before we kind of start dedicating resource towards that. I think we have a lot of space to grow in the kind of just App Store, Google Play. We do have games on Amazon as well, but it's kind of a tiny, tiny part of the business. Yes. And Snap, I don't think is super relevant for our kind of games. Our audience skews older than Snap. Will we see the same negative effects as last year on ad revenues this summer? So I mentioned that in the report as well. In general, seasonality is negative for us between like mid-June, mid-August and often also in January. So basically, when advertisers pull back on their ad spend. And that means that, in general, all things equal, we should perform slightly worse on the ad revenue side. And I'd say, on the activity side, during summertime, if it turns out to be really a great summer in our biggest markets like U.S., Germany and France, people are going to play slightly less. But the good thing is they also come back every end of August and start playing again. So I'd say Q4 is our weakest seasonality-wise. But on a long-term trend, it doesn't hurt as people come back again. But I think we've been fairly good the last few years to kind of counter that as much as possible. But for sure, seasonality-wise, Q4 is the weakest for us. What's the percentage split in terms of numbers of players playing QuizDuel and New QuizDuel right now? So I can see why you asked that question, but we don't split the DAUs between games. So -- and if it's not in the report, I can't really comment on that right now. But what I can say, which I think is an important thing, is that our target is to push the audience from old QuizDuel to New QuizDuel as quickly as we can. I hope when we go out of 2020 that we have everyone on New QuizDuel. It's going to be a pretty active cross-promotion plan and really try to make sure all the players come along for the kind of improved experience on New QuizDuel. But I can't give you the real-time split. And maybe worth commenting as well that some people would play both games. So that's an interesting player pattern, but we'll see. It sounds like year 2021 will be MAG's best year ever. Do you agree? So I mean what we can see is the trend over the last 7 quarters from that we went into -- focusing on PVP that's been kind of underlying, very positive thing for the company. And I think it's hard to do predictions into each and every quarter going forward and so on. But we are very bullish on the future. That's why we are hiring more people into building our new games and also doubling down on Wordzee to create future growth. But I think we'll -- you live and then you see. And there is a lot of moving parts in the mobile games business as well in terms of how much can you invest in user acquisition any given month or quarter. That's also up to competition and overall currency circumstances. But I think we're well equipped, at least, for continuing on an interesting journey and then we'll see how -- if next year becomes our best year ever, that will be awesome. Looks promising. How big do you think Wordzee can be in the U.S.? So what we're looking at when we make new games is one, of course, to make a game that's better than all other games we've made so far. That's kind of the biggest reason to launch a new game and spend more energy behind that. And then in terms of looking at the U.S. potential for a strong word game, it's a huge market compared to MAG's current size. I think the opportunity for Wordzee is really, really big. Then it's up to how the landscape shifts and how well we can execute on this great game. But I think the potential is very high for Wordzee, but it's hard to quantify. But the word games market in the U.S. is huge. There are reports on that, which will be more accurate than me. But it's in the hundreds of millions of dollars at least. It's a big market. To what extent did you recognize higher private equity valuations from mobile gaming companies after COVID compared to pre-COVID? Private equity? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [10] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If it refers to valuation of targets, if we -- I'm not sure. But if you take for instance, I think in the M&A, for example, is ongoing. This has been a fairly short period from start of the corona pandemic and onwards. So -- and we're looking at targets on a continuous basis. We haven't experienced a strong difference in valuations in this period. Some -- what we can see is some metrics are moving, of course, and so it's been a moving target in that sense during the period. But it's been a fairly short period and it hasn't affected us specifically, I'd say. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [11] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- No, I think if you look at kind of a broader industry perspective, of course, there's been a lot of M&A activity from big players like Zynga and Scopely and so on. So there is a lot of consolidation going on in industries. I think that's -- that could be a good place to look for benchmarks and so on for M&A on that scale. And then, of course, we are kind of fishing in a different pond from those guys, so we're finding things that would fit well for MAG. So we're not in competition for the same companies in terms of M&A talks. I'm pretty confident. Are you looking for third-party games to publish? So we're not ruling that out. I think what we are looking for is great games. And I'd say the most likely path for us is acquisition. So we're looking for great games that we can kind of buy and add to our portfolio. And maybe sometimes that could start as a publishing relationship and end up in a different place. But the starting point is can we find really good games that we think fit our audience. And our kind of knowledge and experience, I think we are pretty good at kind of judging if a game has a high potential, if it is kind of in our area of expertise. We have a lot of benchmarks to look at. So if we find a great game, we're going to try and find a way to collaborate. But I'd say acquisitions is a kind of the main path. I don't see any more questions on my screen at least. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [12] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I think we're done. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Daniel Hasselberg, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - Co-Founder, CEO & Director [13] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So if you didn't have time to write your question right now during the stream, go to Twitter and write questions there, and I will make sure they get answered during the day. And of course, you can always reach out to us if you have any other questions. And yes, with that, I think we'll wrap up. Thank you so much for watching. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Magnus Wiklander, MAG Interactive AB (publ) - CFO [14] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you.