• Revenues[1] up 3.3% (+2.0% at constant currency and perimeter) compared to the first quarter of 2022, in line with expectations
  • Growth across all Canal+ Group businesses, particularly Studiocanal (+13.6% compared to the first quarter of 2022), driven by the success of several films. Canal+ is pursuing its content aggregator strategy by enriching its offer through its recent partnership with Apple TV+
  • Strong commercial momentum at Havas with significant budget gains and the continuation of targeted acquisitions
  • Confirmation of strong growth in Gameloft’s business (+14.1% compared to the first quarter of 2022), boosted by Disney Dreamlight Valley. The new game Disney Speedstorm was launched this month
  • Put option agreement signed with IMI, a subsidiary of the holding company founded by Daniel Kretinsky, for the sale of 100% of Editis

[1] As a reminder, as of December 31, 2022, in view of the planned sale of Editis and in application of IFRS 5, Editis is presented in the Consolidated Financial Statements as a discontinued operation and therefore is no longer included in the group’s reported revenues.