Although Infogrames won't announce profit/loss figures for a couple of weeks (it's a French thing), the company's sales figures show that it's surviving. The half-year fiscal results show that net revenues are up by 44.5%, with Atari seeing the largest growth of 145% to $46 million.

CEO David Gardner thinks that the economic climate will make the holiday season competitive, but he still projects revenue percentage growth of mid- to high-teens and a "return to profitability" by the second half of the next fiscal year. He reiterates that the company's new distribution deals and recent title acquisitions show the path to profitability.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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