Disney Interactive's year-over-year Q4 revenue increased more than 100 percent to $396 million, thanks in part to the release of the real-life toy/video game hybrid product Disney Infinity.
The Interactive division's change represents a $205 million increase, up from $191 million in Q4 2012 to $396 million in Q4 2013, according to The Walt Disney Company's earnings report for the fourth quarter and fiscal year that ended Sept. 28, 2013.
The Japanese mobile business also contributed to Disney Interactive's quarterly increase. Yearly revenues for the division increased 26 percent to $1.1 billion. For the entirety of The Walt Disney Co., diluted earnings per share increased 8 percent to $3.38, up from $3.13 in the prior year.
"We're extremely pleased with our results for fiscal 2013, delivering record revenue, net income and earnings per share for the third year in a row," said Robert Iger, Chairman and CEO of the Walt Disney Company. "It was another great year for the company, both creatively and financially, and we remain confident that we are well positioned to continue our strong performance and drive long-term shareholder value."