Electronic Arts (NSDQ: ERTS) has released its second quarter earnings (PaidContent has details) — of interest to the mobile world is that EA Mobile brought in revenues of $44 million, an increase of 33 percent year-on-year. It’s also an increase of 4.8 percent sequentially. It has been steadily increasing its revenue by $2-3 million each quarter, giving a boost to the whole mobility section. PSP games brought in 57 million, a 171 percent increase year-on-year (although it fell by 17 percent sequentially) and Nintendo DS brought in $21 million, a fall of 16 percent year-on-year and a fall of 41 percent sequentially. Mobile makes up 36 percent of EA’s mobility division this quarter, and 5.5 percent of EA’s total revenue.
Matt adds: From the call: EA Mobile has launched three games for the iPhone already