Red Storm Entertainment has reported that revenues from worldwide sales for 1999 totaled better than $60 million, an impressive increase of 400 percent from last years results. The record results continue the company's upward trend. Red Storm's first year of operation in 1997 brought in revenues of just over $2 million, and 1998 saw Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six
lead revenues to $16 million. Red Storm President Doug Littlejohns sees big things in the in future, "our performance continues to exceed even our plan for rapid expansion to become a major force in worldwide publishing."