Nintendo executives receive raise after successful 2020

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Nintendo executives receive raise after successful 2020

By Rodolfo León
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07/19/2021 7:56 pm

Nintendo enjoyed an extremely successful 2020, partly thanks to the pandemic and, on the other hand, the arrival of exclusive software for the Switch. Animal Crossing: New Horizons became one of the best-selling games in the platform’s history, and as a consequence, hardware sales also increased. Taking into account all these factors, it is easy to assume that the profits of the Japanese company will reach record figures, to the point that its executives will receive a salary increase.

Compared to some executives in West, those of the Big N They don’t have such impressive salaries, but obviously they are quite high. During the annual financial report of Nintendo we are given the exact earnings of the three senior directors of the Big NShuntaro Furukawa, Shigeru Miyamoto and Shinya Takahashi, who will receive a raise due to the success of the company in 2020.

– Shuntaro Furukawa – approximately $ 2.9 million (adjusted $ 710,500, $ 2.19 million performance compensation)

– Shigeru Miyamoto – approximately $ 2.3 million ($ 655 thousand 992 adjusted, $ 1.64 million compensation for performance)

– Shinya Takahashi – approximately $ 1.75 million ($ 109 thousand 332 adjusted, $ 1.64 million compensation for performance)

It is important to note that these salaries have not been modified since last year, and the adjustment that was made this time was only for performance compensation.

Nintendo executives receive raise after successful 2020

Via: NintendoLife

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Nintendo executives receive raise after successful 2020

Rodolfo Leon

Editor at atomix.vg Gamer, movie buff and pop culture lover.

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