Despite the difficulty of game publishing, it seems that CD Projekt’s boss and board members will still receive a huge bonus from Cyberpunk 2077.
According to a Bloomberg report and CD Projekt’s annual report, CEOs Marcin Iwinski and Adam Kicinski will each receive approximately $6.3 million in year-end bonuses.
At the same time, the game’s director and board member Adam Badowski (Adam Badowski) will receive 4.2 million US dollars.
The bonus figures are based on the company’s net income in 2020, which is estimated to be approximately US$562 million.
Although most of the profits come from the sale of “Cyberpunk 2077”, the company’s other products (such as “The Witcher 3”) also bring profits to the company.
Of these revenues, 20% is used for profit sharing bonuses, which are used to distribute intermediate income between employees and board members. These numbers may change a lot, where employees receive bonuses ranging from US$5,000 to US$9,000, while more senior employees can receive bonuses of up to US$20,000. Managers and directors can get higher bonuses.
A CDP spokesperson said in a statement to Bloomberg that $29.8 million was spread among 865 employees, an average of about $34,000 per person. In other words, five of the company’s board members received a total of 28 million U.S. dollars in bonuses.
Four of the boards of directors that own about 33% of the company’s stock did lose money this year, and CDP’s stock fell 57%, but the bonuses should ease the blow a little.
Co-CEO Adam Kicinski (Adam Kicinski) was asked about the huge bonus in the phone call from investors and said that monetary expenditures are “always” linked to profits.
Kicinski said: “Of course we made this money, and of course the company also made this money, but more net profit, more bonuses.” “We have results, we get bonuses, that’s what we have. contract.”
Cyberpunk 2077 has been plagued by glitches and was almost unplayable on Xbox One and PS4 at the time of its release. At the time of writing, the PS4 version of Cyberpunk 2077 is still removed from the PlayStation Store.
Developers have been releasing patches and patches for the game. Since the last patch, the latest patch fixes some of the most frequently reported issues and introduces further improvements in stability and performance. The previous patches also Involved in this issue.
CDP hopes to push the game to a state where it can continue to be sold on various platforms “in the next few years.”
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