Online Integrated Report 2020




Continuing to create financial
and non-financial value

Achieving seven consecutive years of increased operating income

In the constantly evolving game industry, Capcom sees change as opportunity, and as a result of the progress we have made with business reforms such as strengthening digital sales and switching to in-house production, the fiscal year ended March 2020 marks seven years of consecutive increased operating income. Our stock price has also risen as our performance improves, even following the stock split we conducted on April 1, 2018 in order to improve the liquidity of our stock and expand our investor base, and it now exceeds the level it was at prior to the split, reaching a record high. We will continue to increase our corporate value (market capitalization) with sustainable business growth so that we can reward our stockholders’ loyalty.

Providing smiles and moving hearts all across the globe

Since Capcom’s founding in 1983, we have continued to move hearts and deliver smiles through the entertainment of games. In recent years, the spread of the internet, PCs, and smartphones has made it possible to enjoy games even without game consoles, while at home, and anywhere around the world. As a result, Capcom’s game software distribution volume, and more specifically, digital sales have increased significantly. We aim to continue providing even more game software to an even greater extent of the world’s countries and regions in order to bring smiles to as many people around the globe as possible.


Management Message


Generating world-class content to
help build a richer society through
a solid management base and our
growth strategy.

Kenzo Tsujimoto

Chairman and
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

The COO’s Discussion of Growth Strategies

Our digital strategy is leading us
to our goal of becoming a
digital content company whose scope
goes beyond games.

Haruhiro Tsujimoto

President and
Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Financial Strategy According to the CFO

Striving to build a stable financial foundation
in order to achieve flexible growth assets
geared toward an evolving market.

Kenkichi Nomura

Director, Executive Corporate Officer
and Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Message from a
Member of the
Audit and Supervisory Committee

Corporate Oversight at Capcom from
the perspective of a full-time member of the Audit and
Supervisory Committee

Kazushi Hirao

Director (Full-time member of the Audit and Supervisory Committee)

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