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SEA Limited’s Q3 & 9M FY2022 Results

SEA Limited’s Q3 & 9M FY2022 Results

Unless you have been living under a rock, I’m sure you should know about all the negativity surround SEA Limited (NYSE:SE) at the moment – as a result of the economic headwinds, and with the company sinking deeper into a net loss position, it has made the painful decision to undergo a few rounds of retrenchment exercises.

The company’s top management have also made the decision to forgo their salaries until it achieves ‘self-sufficency.’ Additionally, the CEO Mr Forrest Li, also said the company will be changing its focus from growth to achieving net profit.

This post was originally posted here. The writer, Jun Yuan Lim is a veteran community member and blogger on InvestingNote, with a username known as @ljunyuan and has close to 2100 followers.

Yesterday evening (15 November), the company have made available its results for the 3rd quarter, as well as for the first 9 months of the financial year 2022, and as a shareholder of the NYSE-listed company (with my average price at US$191.87), you will find my review (where I will be highlighting the good and bad) about its latest financial performance, cash flow statement, along with comments from its CEO. 

SEA Limited derives its revenue from 3 business segments:

i. Digital Entertainment – Through Garena, a leading online games developer and publisher with games such as League of Legends, Call of Duty, Arena of Valor, Free Fire, and Speed Drifters;

ii. E-commerce & Other Services – Through Shopee, a leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, along with SeaMoney, a leading digital payments and financial services provider in Southeast Asia (one of them is Shopee Pay.)

iii. Sales of Goods – Where revenue is generated from the sales of products on the Shopee platform which SEA Limited purchases from manufacturers and third parties. 

Financial Performance (Q3 FY2021 vs. Q3 FY2022)

SEA's Q3 FY2021 vs FY2021 Financial Performance
SEA’s Q3 FY2021 vs FY2021 Financial Performance

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