Hasbro Reports Second Quarter 2020 Financial Results

Hasbro, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAS), a global play and entertainment company, today reported financial results for the second quarter 2020 and provided a business update on COVID-19 related matters. Hasbro completed its acquisition of Entertainment One Ltd. (eOne) at the beginning of the first quarter 2020. 2020 results are those of the combined company, and 2019 results referenced herein reflect the pro forma combined results. See the financial tables accompanying this press release for a reconciliation of as reported to pro forma and adjusted results.

Net revenues for the second quarter 2020 were $860.3 million versus $1.2 billion pro forma revenues in 2019, a decline of 29%. Foreign exchange had a $15.8 million negative impact on second quarter 2020 revenues.

Net loss for the second quarter 2020 was $33.9 million, or $0.25 per diluted share, versus pro forma net loss of $42.6 million, or $0.31 per diluted share, in 2019. Second quarter 2020 net loss included $8.5 million after tax of acquisition-related expenses, $10.1 million after tax of severance charges associated with cost-savings initiatives within the Company's commercial and TV and Film businesses and $17.9 million after tax of purchased intangible amortization associated with the eOne acquisition. Excluding these items, adjusted net earnings for the second quarter 2020 were $2.7 million, or $0.02 per diluted share. Second quarter 2019 pro forma net loss included charges of $19.1 million after tax of purchased intangible amortization at eOne, $12.4 million after tax associated with non-GAAP adjustments at eOne and $85.9 million after tax from the settlement of Hasbro's U.S. pension plan liability. Excluding these items, adjusted pro forma net earnings for the second quarter 2019 were $74.7 million, or $0.54 per diluted share.

"The global Hasbro team is executing our playbook amidst a dynamic and challenging environment. They are doing so with creativity and agility, identifying new and efficient ways to operate, capitalizing on our investments in creating a digital-first orientation while keeping our innovation engines moving and leveraging the expertise of a management team that has led through challenges in the past," said Brian Goldner, Hasbro’s chairman and chief executive officer. "The second quarter was much as we expected: strong point of sale for Hasbro brands countered by a very challenging revenue period due to global closures in our supply chain, across retailers as well as in entertainment production. We believe the outlook improves from here. Consumers - children, families, fans and audiences - are relying on Hasbro brands and stories to connect and entertain themselves throughout this period. While the full-year COVID-19 impact geographically remains unpredictable, as stores reopen and we begin to return to production for entertainment we expect the environment to improve in the third quarter and set us up to execute a good holiday season.

"Over the next few years, we are positioned to benefit from the investments we have made in ecomm, entertainment and digital gaming," continued Goldner. "We have a strong entertainment lineup for 2021, through internally developed as well as third-party entertainment. We will also begin to see a greater benefit of synergies from the acquisition of eOne as we remain on track to deliver against our plan of $130 million in synergies by year-end 2022."

"Hasbro remains in a strong financial position, with over $1 billion in cash on our balance sheet and a $1.5 billion revolving credit facility available to us, should we need it," said Deborah Thomas, Hasbro’s chief financial officer. "Our team is executing well and we are reducing expenses, including in our commercial business where we are simplifying our go to market approach, and our TV and Film businesses where certain operations have not resumed. In some markets and channels, our customers remained closed throughout the second quarter and with certain customers cash collections have been extended. We continue to see improvement as stores reopen, and we are working closely with our customers to successfully navigate this period. Working capital needs increase in the second half of the year, with early fourth quarter the peak period and we are positioned to support our plans for a good holiday season."

COVID-19 Business Update

Demand

  • Consumers continue to seek out Hasbro brands and content at high levels, resulting in strong point of sale gains, a dramatic shift to ecomm and high viewership engagement with eOne stories. Revenue from shipments to brick and mortar customers and delivery of content to meet demand will continue to be impacted by COVID-19 closures.

Second Quarter Consumer Demand Up for Hasbro Brands, Led by Games

  • Global consumer point of sale increased high-single digits, including double-digit gains in the U.S., U.K., France, Italy and Australia. Led by strength in ecomm where consumers have broad access to Hasbro brands.
  • Retail inventories declined reflecting the shift to ecomm, temporary store closures and retailers' management of inventory and cash levels.
  • Hasbro's Gaming revenues grew 11% and gaming point of sale was up globally over 50% (Note: Point of sale does not include Wizards of the Coast brands). JENGA, CONNECT 4, BATTLESHIP, MOUSETRAP and TWISTER were among the top revenue increases in the quarter. Supply chain disruption led to in stock levels below normal thresholds and limited shipments in the quarter.
  • Shipments and point of sale remained strong for Hasbro's products for Disney's Frozen 2 and Lucasfilm's Star Wars.
  • Several other brands, including PLAY-DOH and NERF, had positive point of sale for the quarter.
  • MAGIC: THE GATHERING revenues declined as expected in the quarter, reflecting a difficult comparison with a major release in the second quarter of 2019 and the previously disclosed accelerated shipments into Q1 2020 to minimize disruption from COVID-19. Digital revenues for MAGIC: THE GATHERING, including Arena, increased slightly in the quarter. Strong analog and digital releases are expected to support the brand in the second half of 2020.

Leveraging Digital-First Orientation

  • Hasbro successfully executed amidst a rapid shift to ecomm, with nearly 30% of global toy and game revenues being transacted online in the second quarter.
  • Retailers and regions with developed ecomm businesses were better able to meet consumer demand, while retailers and countries which rely on physical stores, such as toy specialty retail and in Latin America, experienced greater difficulties.
  • As stores began to reopen late in the second quarter, shipments and point of sale improved. A trend which has continued into July.
  • Latin America revenues and point of sale declined in the second quarter and is expected to be remain challenged in the second half of the year given the low penetration of ecomm and the impact of COVID-19 on its markets and economies and high levels of retail inventory to start the year.

Entertainment Release Schedule Shifting; High Viewer Engagement

  • Viewership and demand for content were high in the second quarter.
  • Live action production in the TV and Film space was shutdown throughout the second quarter, delaying the completion and delivery of productions and timing of revenues to both later in 2020 and into 2021.
  • Live action TV and Film production is returning gradually, beginning this quarter. This varies by location and certain projects will resume sooner than others.
  • Animation production has continued, including for PEPPA PIG, PJ MASKS and the 2021 MY LITTLE PONY animated feature film.
  • The team is supporting a robust 2021 entertainment slate for eOne productions and from our Partner Brands.

Supply Chain

  • Nearly all of Hasbro's partner factories and warehouses are currently open and operating.
  • China: Third-party factories in China represent approximately 55% of the Company's manufacturing production. These factories have been operating at normal levels since early in the second quarter, are caught up on missed production and are picking up capacity from other locations closed during the second quarter.
  • Outside of China: From mid-March to mid-May, manufacturing production outside of China, namely in the U.S., Ireland and India, was shutdown. These locations are operating and anticipate catching up on missed production by the latter part of the third quarter 2020, assuming no major future shutdowns in production. India production is continuing but there have been further lockdowns within the country in recent weeks.

Liquidity

  • Hasbro ended the second quarter with $1.0 billion in cash.
  • The Company's $1.5 billion revolving credit facility is also available.
  • The Company remains well within its financial covenants for its $1 billion term loan and revolving credit facility.
  • The next major debt maturity is $300 million in May 2021.
  • The Board remains committed to the dividend. Hasbro paid $93.1 million in cash dividends to shareholders during the second quarter 2020. The next quarterly cash dividend payment of $0.68 per common share is scheduled for August 17, 2020 to shareholders of record at the close of business on August 3, 2020.
  • The Company had previously suspended its share repurchase program as it prioritizes deleveraging.
  • Walmart, Target and Amazon were the Company's largest customers in the second quarter.
  • Hasbro remains very focused on managing credit risk of its customers.
  • The Company has reduced expenses and taken steps to preserve cash, including managing variable costs and rightsizing the organization.
  • Given the timing of when content production is expected to resume, the Company now expects 2020 content production cash spend to be in the range of approximately $450-$550 million. The Company spent $220.4 million on content production in the first half 2020.

Community

  • Our global teams are focused on supporting our people, health and safety workplace protocols and supporting work-at-home arrangements.
  • Our focus on our purpose to make the world a better place for all children and all families has never been more important. Hasbro has continued to support global philanthropic initiatives that bring relief to children and their families worldwide during this crisis by providing meals as well as learning resources to those most in need. We’ve also donated thousands of toys and games to children around the globe during the pandemic. We remain deeply committed to using our brands, our resources and our expertise to help make a difference in our local communities and around the world.
  • During the past several months, the teams have successfully executed global events virtually and redeveloped innovation processes for executing in a virtual world. There has been significant progress in the integration of Hasbro and eOne, including integration the licensed consumer products and entertainment teams.
  • The team is managing the business to navigate through this difficult environment and remain nimble as the impacts of the pandemic remain. This includes simplifying our organization and reducing costs in areas of the business that are shutdown.

Second Quarter 2020 Major Segment and Brand Performance

Major Segments

Net Revenues

Operating Profit (Loss)

($ Millions)

($ Millions)

Pro
Forma

Pro
Forma

Q2 2020

Q2 2019

% Change

Q2 2020

Q2 2019

% Change

U.S. and Canada

$359.7

$510.5

-30%

$24.3

$106.6

-77%

International

$249.8

$377.4

-34%

$(24.9)

$14.6

>-100%

Entertainment, Licensing and Digital

$89.8

$96.5

-7%

$27.8

$7.9

>100%

eOne1

$160.9

$231.1

-30%

$(6.0)

$(27.6)

78%

Brand Portfolio

Net Revenues ($ Millions)

Pro Forma

Q2 2020

Q2 2019

% Change

Franchise Brands

$376.8

$576.7

-35%

Partner Brands

$138.2

$213.4

-35%

Hasbro Gaming2

$137.0

$123.4

11%

Emerging Brands3

$76.0

$106.6

-29%

TV/Film/Entertainment4

$132.2

$195.4

-32%

1Both periods above are as reported, with 2019 including the pro forma results from eOne. eOne incurred certain Non-GAAP adjustments in both periods, which are discussed below. A reconciliation is included the attached schedule under the heading “Reconciliation of As Reported to Pro Forma Adjusted Operating Results.”

2Hasbro's total gaming category, including all gaming revenue, most notably MAGIC: THE GATHERING and MONOPOLY, totaled $319.0 million and $659.5 million for the quarter and six months ended June 28, 2020, respectively, down 19% and up 4%, respectively, from revenues of $393.4 million and $636.8 million for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2019, respectively. Hasbro believes its gaming portfolio is a competitive differentiator and views it in its entirety.

3Emerging Brands portfolio includes revenues from eOne brands PEPPA PIG, PJ MASKS and RICKY ZOOM as of first quarter 2020. For comparability, Q2 2019 includes the pro forma revenues for those brands, which amounted to $35.7 million.

4TV/Film/Entertainment represents the remaining eOne revenues. For comparability, Q2 2019 includes the pro forma revenues.

  • U.S. and Canada segment revenue and operating profit declined due to temporary store closures, product shortages and lower retail inventories as a result of COVID-19. Both pure play and omni-channel ecomm retail grew rapidly. Operating profit declined as a result of lower revenues, including lower MAGIC: THE GATHERING revenues, partially offset by lower expenses.
  • International segment revenues and operating profit declined. Revenues declined in the European, Asia Pacific and Latin American regions, with the Latin American decline the most meaningful. Similar to the U.S. and Canada segment, temporary store closures, product shortages and lower retail inventories impacted shipments in the quarter. The International segment reported an operating loss versus operating profit last year as a result of the lower revenues partially offset by lower expenses.
  • Entertainment, Licensing and Digital segment revenues declined on lower consumer products revenues and lower digital gaming revenues from the closure of Backflip Studios in late 2019. Operating profit increased due to lower program production expense as well as lower advertising and development expenses due to the closure of Backflip Studios.
  • eOne pro forma revenues declined in the quarter. Within TV and Film, COVID-19 shut down live action productions and theaters globally. There is high demand and engagement in stories and content and the development slate is strong, currently with over 100 active development projects in television and over 60 projects in the film pipeline, including projects around more than 30 Hasbro IPs. Within television, produced/acquired content half hours increased, driven by unscripted programming. Within film, box office revenues were not meaningful given theater closures. An active development pipeline is further supported by a successful virtual Cannes film festival. In music, revenue was negatively impacted by the loss of live events and associated artist promotions, as well as lower royalties from licensed and publishing music rights. Engagement in animated content for PEPPA PIG and PJ MASKS is extremely strong, but revenues declined on lower consumer products sales and lower advertising from the YouTube platform. Animation work has continued including for the 2021 MY LITTLE PONY feature film and development continues on a number of new properties with greenlights for new shows expected in the coming months.

    Second quarter 2020 operating loss includes $22.6 million of purchased intangible amortization associated with the fair value of acquired intangible assets. Second quarter 2019 pro forma operating profit includes prior restructuring and other costs of $16.0 million and purchased intangible amortization of $24.6 million. Adjusted pro forma operating profit increased due to lower program production amortization, royalties and advertising expense.

Conference Call Webcast

Hasbro will webcast its second quarter 2020 earnings conference call at 8:30 a.m. Eastern Time today. To listen to the live webcast and access the accompanying presentation slides, please go to https://investor.hasbro.com. The replay of the call will be available on Hasbro’s web site approximately 2 hours following completion of the call.

About Hasbro

Hasbro (NASDAQ: HAS) is a global play and entertainment company committed to Creating the World's Best Play and Entertainment Experiences. From toys, games and consumer products to television, movies, digital gaming, live action, music, and virtual reality experiences, Hasbro connects to global audiences by bringing to life great innovations, stories and brands across established and inventive platforms. Hasbro’s iconic brands include NERF, MAGIC: THE GATHERING, MY LITTLE PONY, TRANSFORMERS, PLAY-DOH, MONOPOLY, BABY ALIVE, POWER RANGERS, PEPPA PIG and PJ MASKS, as well as premier partner brands. Through its global entertainment studio, eOne, Hasbro is building its brands globally through great storytelling and content on all screens. Hasbro is committed to making the world a better place for all children and all families through corporate social responsibility and philanthropy. Hasbro ranked among the 2020 100 Best Corporate Citizens by 3BL Media and has been named one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies® by Ethisphere Institute for the past nine years. We routinely share important business and brand updates on our Investor Relations website, Newsroom and social channels (@Hasbro on Twitter and Instagram.)

© 2020 Hasbro, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Safe Harbor

Certain statements in this release contain "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These statements, which may be identified by the use of forward-looking words or phrases, include statements relating to: the impact of, and actions and initiatives taken and planned to be taken to, try and manage the negative impact of the global coronavirus outbreak on our business, including on the negative impact on supply of products and production of entertainment content, demand for our products and entertainment, our liquidity and our community; the expected adequacy of supply and operation of our manufacturing facilities; our outlook on and the ability to achieve our financial and business goals; expected benefits of our investments in ecommerce, entertainment and digital gaming; expected synergies by 2022 in connection with our acquisition of eOne; and our working capital and liquidity. Our actual actions or results may differ materially from those expected or anticipated in the forward-looking statements due to both known and unknown risks and uncertainties. For example, the global coronavirus outbreak has resulted, and may continue to result, in significant disruptions in the markets in which we and our employees, consumers, customers, licensors, licensees, partners, suppliers and manufacturers operate. We have experienced, and expect to continue to experience, disruptions in supply of products and production of entertainment content, negative impact on sales due to changes in consumer purchasing behavior and availability of product to consumers, including due to retail store closures or limited re-openings and limitations on the capacity of e-commerce, such as in Latin America; delays or postponements of productions and releases of entertainment content both internally and by our partners; and challenges of working remotely. Our efforts to develop and execute plans to help mitigate the negative impact of the coronavirus to our business will not prevent our business from being adversely affected. The longer the outbreak continues, or continues to surge or reemerge in markets in which we operate, the more negative the impact will be on our business, revenues, earnings and liquidity, and the more limited our ability will be to try and make up for delayed or lost product development, production and sales. Other factors that might cause such a difference include, but are not limited to:

  • our ability to design, develop, produce, manufacture, source and ship products on a timely and cost-effective and profitable basis;
  • rapidly changing consumer interests in the types of products and entertainment we offer;
  • the challenge of developing and offering products and storytelling experiences that are sought after by children, families and audiences given increasing technology and entertainment offerings available;
  • our ability to develop and distribute engaging storytelling across media to drive brand awareness;
  • our dependence on third party relationships, including with third party manufacturers, licensors of brands, studios, content producers and entertainment distribution channels;
  • our ability to successfully compete in the global play and entertainment industry, including with manufacturers, marketers, and sellers of toys and games, digital gaming products and digital media, as well as with film studios, television production companies and independent distributors and content producers;
  • our ability to successfully evolve and transform our business and capabilities to address a changing global consumer landscape and retail environment, including changing inventories policies and practices of our customers;
  • our ability to develop new and expanded areas of our business, such as through eOne, Wizards of the Coast, and our other entertainment, digital gaming and esports initiatives;
  • risks associated with international operations, such as currency conversion, currency fluctuations, the imposition of tariffs, quotas, border adjustment taxes or other protectionist measures, and other challenges in the territories in which we operate;
  • our ability to successfully implement actions to lessen the impact of potential and enacted tariffs imposed on our products, including any changes to our supply chain, inventory management, sales policies or pricing of our products;
  • downturns in global and regional economic conditions impacting one or more of the markets in which we sell products, which can negatively impact our retail customers and consumers, result in lower employment levels, consumer disposable income, retailer inventories and spending, including lower spending on purchases of our products;
  • other economic and public health conditions or regulatory changes in the markets in which we and our customers, suppliers and manufacturers operate, such as higher commodity prices, labor costs or transportation costs, or outbreaks of disease, such as the coronavirus, the occurrence of which could create work slowdowns, delays or shortages in production or shipment of products, increases in costs or delays in revenue;
  • the success of our key partner brands, including the ability to secure, maintain and extend agreements with our key partners or the risk of delays, increased costs or difficulties associated with any of our or our partners’ planned digital applications or media initiatives;
  • fluctuations in our business due to seasonality;
  • the concentration of our customers, potentially increasing the negative impact to our business of difficulties experienced by any of our customers or changes in their purchasing or selling patterns;
  • the bankruptcy or other lack of success of one of our significant retailers, such as the bankruptcy of Toys“R”Us in the United States and Canada;
  • the bankruptcy or other lack of success of one or more of our licensees and other business partners;
  • risks relating to the use of third party manufacturers for the manufacturing of our products, including the concentration of manufacturing for many of our products in the People’s Republic of China and our ability to successfully diversify sourcing of our products to reduce reliance on sources of supply in China;
  • our ability to attract and retain talented employees;
  • our ability to realize the benefits of cost-savings and efficiency and/or revenue efficiency enhancing initiatives including initiatives to integrate eOne into our business;
  • our ability to protect our assets and intellectual property, including as a result of infringement, theft, misappropriation, cyber-attacks or other acts compromising the integrity of our assets or intellectual property;
  • risks relating to the impairment and/or write-offs of acquired products and films and television programs we acquire and produce;
  • risks relating to investments and acquisitions, such as our acquisition of eOne, which risks include: integration difficulties; inability to retain key personnel; diversion of management time and resources; failure to achieve anticipated benefits or synergies of acquisitions or investments; and risks relating to the additional indebtedness incurred in connection with a transaction;
  • the risk of product recalls or product liability suits and costs associated with product safety regulations;
  • changes in tax laws or regulations, or the interpretation and application of such laws and regulations, which may cause us to alter tax reserves or make other changes which significantly impact our reported financial results;
  • the impact of litigation or arbitration decisions or settlement actions; and
  • other risks and uncertainties as may be detailed from time to time in our public announcements and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) filings.

The statements contained herein are based on our current beliefs and expectations. We undertake no obligation to make any revisions to the forward-looking statements contained in this release or to update them to reflect events or circumstances occurring after the date of this release.

Non-GAAP Financial Measures

The financial tables accompanying this press release include non-GAAP financial measures as defined under SEC rules, specifically Adjusted operating profit, Adjusted net earnings and Adjusted earnings per diluted share, which exclude, where applicable, the 2020 impact of eOne acquisition-related expenses, purchased intangible amortization and other severance costs. For 2019, Pro Forma Adjusted operating profit, Pro Forma Adjusted net earnings and Pro Forma Adjusted earnings per diluted share exclude the impact of charges associated with the settlement of the Company’s U.S. pension plan, purchased intangible amortization and certain charges incurred by eOne related to prior restructuring programs and acquisition-related charges. Also included in the financial tables are the non-GAAP financial measures of EBITDA, Adjusted EBITDA and Pro Forma Adjusted EBITDA. EBITDA represents net earnings attributable to Hasbro, Inc. excluding interest expense, income taxes, depreciation and amortization. Adjusted EBITDA also excludes the impact of the charges/gains noted above. As required by SEC rules, we have provided reconciliations on the attached schedules of these measures to the most directly comparable GAAP measure. Management believes that Adjusted net earnings, Adjusted earnings per diluted share and Adjusted operating profit provides investors with an understanding of the underlying performance of our business absent unusual events. Management believes that EBITDA and Adjusted EBITDA are appropriate measures for evaluating the operating performance of our business because they reflect the resources available for strategic opportunities including, among others, to invest in the business, strengthen the balance sheet and make strategic acquisitions. These non-GAAP measures should be considered in addition to, not as a substitute for, or superior to, net earnings or other measures of financial performance prepared in accordance with GAAP as more fully discussed in our consolidated financial statements and filings with the SEC. As used herein, "GAAP" refers to accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America.

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HASBRO, INC.

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS

(Unaudited)

(Thousands of Dollars)

June 28, 2020

June 30, 2019

ASSETS

Cash and Cash Equivalents

$

1,038,016

$

1,151,042

Accounts Receivable, Net

911,320

805,288

Inventories

564,168

564,769

Prepaid Expenses and Other Current Assets

672,163

308,996

Total Current Assets

3,185,667

2,830,095

Property, Plant and Equipment, Net

482,215

387,372

Goodwill

3,666,045

485,765

Other Intangible Assets, Net

1,559,050

670,214

Other Assets

1,329,073

665,164

Total Assets

$

10,222,050

$

5,038,610

LIABILITIES, NONCONTROLLING INTERESTS AND SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY

Short-term Borrowings

$

6,419

$

12,787

Current Portion of Long-term Debt

378,558

Accounts Payable and Accrued Liabilities

1,596,588

1,059,909

Total Current Liabilities

1,981,565

1,072,696

Long-term Debt

4,802,509

1,695,833

Other Liabilities

771,692

554,212

Total Liabilities

7,555,766

3,322,741

Redeemable Noncontrolling Interests

24,133

Total Shareholders' Equity

2,642,151

1,715,869

Total Liabilities, Noncontrolling Interests and Shareholders' Equity

$

10,222,050

$

5,038,610

 

HASBRO, INC.

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS

(Unaudited)

(Thousands of Dollars and Shares, Except Per Share Data)

Quarter Ended

Six Months Ended

June 28, 2020

% Net
Revenues

June 30, 2019

%
Net Revenues

June 28, 2020

% Net
Revenues

June 30, 2019

% Net
Revenues

Net Revenues

$

860,279

100.0%

$

984,537

100.0%

$

1,965,849

100.0%

$

1,717,047

100.0%

Costs and Expenses:

Cost of Sales

253,245

29.4%

343,694

34.9%

515,939

26.2%

603,681

35.2%

Program Production Cost Amortization

50,675

5.9%

23,502

2.4%

182,821

9.3%

30,077

1.8%

Royalties

97,337

11.3%

71,061

7.2%

210,159

10.7%

130,949

7.6%

Product Development

58,325

6.8%

65,632

6.7%

112,154

5.7%

121,892

7.1%

Advertising

72,366

8.4%

92,799

9.4%

174,007

8.9%

169,403

9.9%

Amortization of Intangibles

34,702

4.0%

11,815

1.2%

71,513

3.6%

23,631

1.4%

Selling, Distribution and Administration

281,192

32.7%

247,701

25.2%

560,320

28.5%

472,954

27.5%

Acquisition-Related Expenses

10,262

1.2%

0.0%

160,044

8.1%

0.0%

Operating Profit (Loss)

2,175

0.3%

128,333

13.0%

(21,108

)

-1.1%

164,460

9.6%

Interest Expense

49,577

5.8%

22,018

2.2%

104,302

5.3%

44,332

2.6%

Other (Income) Expense, Net

(3,674

)

-0.4%

100,207

10.2%

(9,800

)

-0.5%

84,425

4.9%

(Loss) Earnings before Income Taxes

(43,728

)

-5.1%

6,108

0.6%

(115,610

)

-5.9%

35,703

2.1%

Income Tax Benefit

(10,830

)

-1.3%

(7,325

)

-0.7%

(14,902

)

-0.8%

(4,457

)

-0.3%

Net (Loss) Earnings

(32,898

)

-3.8%

13,433

1.4%

(100,708

)

-5.1%

40,160

2.3%

Net Earnings Attributable to Noncontrolling Interests

1,017

0.1%

0.0%

2,844

0.1%

0.0%

Net (Loss) Earnings Attributable to Hasbro, Inc.

$

(33,915

)

-3.9%

$

13,433

1.4%

$

(103,552

)

-5.3%

$

40,160

2.3%

Per Common Share

Net (Loss) Earnings

Basic

$

(0.25

)

$

0.11

$

(0.75

)

$

0.32

Diluted

$

(0.25

)

$

0.11

$

(0.75

)

$

0.32

Cash Dividends Declared

$

0.68

$

0.68

$

1.36

$

1.36

Weighted Average Number of Shares

Basic

137,238

126,329

137,193

126,308

Diluted

137,238

126,847

137,193

126,831

 

HASBRO, INC.

CONDENSED CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF CASH FLOWS

(Unaudited)

(Thousands of Dollars)

Six Months Ended

June 28, 2020

June 30, 2019

Cash Flows from Operating Activities:

Net (Loss) Earnings

$

(100,708

)

$

40,160

Non-Cash Pension Charge

110,777

Other Non-Cash Adjustments

366,850

108,533

Changes in Operating Assets and Liabilities

(7,803

)

76,806

Net Cash Provided by Operating Activities

258,339

336,276

Cash Flows from Investing Activities:

Additions to Property, Plant and Equipment

(64,009

)

(58,195

)

Acquisition, Net of Cash Acquired

(4,403,929

)

Other

13,152

(2,281

)

Net Cash Utilized by Investing Activities

(4,454,786

)

(60,476

)

Cash Flows from Financing Activities:

Proceeds from Long-term Debt

1,023,453

Repayments of Long-term Debt

(98,193

)

Net (Repayments of) Proceeds from Short-term Borrowings

(4,480

)

3,095

Purchases of Common Stock

(58,633

)

Stock-Based Compensation Transactions

1,830

25,779

Dividends Paid

(186,243

)

(164,908

)

Employee Taxes Paid for Shares Withheld

(5,669

)

(11,889

)

Redemption of Equity Instruments

(47,399

)

Deferred Acquisition Payments

(100,000

)

Other

(4,835

)

Net Cash Provided (Utilized) by Financing Activities

678,464

(306,556

)

Effect of Exchange Rate Changes on Cash

(24,370

)

(573

)

Cash and Cash Equivalents at Beginning of Year

4,580,369

1,182,371

Cash and Cash Equivalents at End of Period

$

1,038,016

$

1,151,042

HASBRO, INC.

SUPPLEMENTAL FINANCIAL DATA

PRO FORMA SEGMENT RESULTS

(Unaudited)

(Thousands of Dollars)

For comparability, the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2019 include the pro forma results for the eOne Segment. See "Reconciliation of 2019 As Reported to Pro Forma Results" for the pro forma adjustments.

Quarter Ended

Six Months Ended

June 28, 2020

Pro Forma
June 30, 2019

%
Change

June 28, 2020

Pro Forma
June 30, 2019

%
Change

Segment Results

U.S. and Canada Segment:

External Net Revenues

$

359,720

$

510,529

-30

%

$

788,367

$

868,380

-9

%

Operating Profit

24,271

106,577

-77

%

96,051

120,109

-20

%

Operating Margin

6.7

%

20.9

%

12.2

%

13.8

%

International Segment (1):

External Net Revenues

249,812

377,438

-34

%

500,215

660,087

-24

%

Operating (Loss) Profit

(24,900

)

14,583

>-100

%

(51,591

)

(15,828

)

>-100

%

Operating Margin

-10.0

%

3.9

%

-10.3

%

-2.4

%

Entertainment, Licensing and Digital Segment:

External Net Revenues

89,825

96,506

-7

%

173,852

188,500

-8

%

Operating Profit

27,793

7,936

>100

%

32,967

37,956

-13

%

Operating Margin

30.9

%

8.2

%

19.0

%

20.1

%

eOne Segment (2):

External Net Revenues

160,922

231,091

-30

%

503,415

697,303

-28

%

Operating (Loss) Profit

(5,967

)

(27,612

)

78

%

(39,048

)

75,555

>-100

%

Operating Margin

-3.7

%

-11.9

%

-7.8

%

10.8

%

1) International Segment Net Revenues by Major Geographic Region

Europe

$

157,672

$

201,072

-22

%

$

319,921

$

354,451

-10

%

Latin America

32,488

90,342

-64

%

66,409

153,119

-57

%

Asia Pacific

59,652

86,024

-31

%

113,885

152,517

-25

%

Total

$

249,812

$

377,438

$

500,215

$

660,087

Quarter Ended

Six Months Ended

June 28, 2020

Pro Forma
June 30, 2019

%
Change

June 28, 2020

Pro Forma
June 30, 2019

%
Change

(2) eOne Segment Net Revenues by Category

Film and TV

$

106,018

$

160,270

-34

%

$

365,545

$

547,881

-33

%

Family Brands

29,020

41,228

-30

%

79,817

97,840

-18

%

Music and Other

25,884

29,593

-13

%

58,053

51,582

13

%

Total

$

160,922

$

231,091

$

503,415

$

697,303

Net Revenues by Brand Portfolio

Franchise Brands

$

376,826

$

576,715

-35

%

$

773,323

$

970,289

-20

%

Partner Brands

138,227

213,448

-35

%

320,558

385,437

-17

%

Hasbro Gaming (3)

137,031

123,420

11

%

277,115

230,985

20

%

Emerging Brands (4)

75,991

106,647

-29

%

170,136

222,782

-24

%

TV/Film/Entertainment (5)

132,204

195,398

-32

%

424,717

604,857

-30

%

Total

$

860,279

$

1,215,628

$

1,965,849

$

2,414,350

(3) Hasbro's total gaming category, including all gaming revenue, most notably MAGIC: THE GATHERING and MONOPOLY, totaled $319,017 and $659,497 for the quarter and six months ended June 28, 2020, respectively, down 19% and up 4%, respectively, from revenues of $393,367 and $636,758 for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2019, respectively.

(4) Emerging Brands includes the preschool brands, PEPPA PIG, PJ MASKS and RICKY ZOOM, acquired as part of the eOne Acquisition. For comparability, the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2019 includes the pro forma net revenues for those brands, which amounted to $35,693 and $92,446, respectively.

(5) TV/Film/Entertainment includes all other brands not detailed in (4) above acquired as part of the eOne Acquisition. For comparability, the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2019 includes the pro forma net revenues of $195,398 and $604,857, respectively.

 

HASBRO, INC.

SUPPLEMENTAL FINANCIAL DATA

RECONCILIATION OF AS REPORTED TO PRO FORMA ADJUSTED OPERATING RESULTS

(Unaudited)

(Thousands of Dollars)

For comparability, the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2019 include the pro forma results for the eOne Segment. See "Reconciliation of 2019 As Reported to Pro Forma Results" for the pro forma and non-GAAP adjustments.

Non-GAAP Adjustments Impacting Operating Profit (Loss)

Quarter Ended

June 28, 2020

Pro Forma
June 30, 2019

Pre-tax
Adjustments

Post-tax
Adjustments

Pre-tax
Adjustments

Post-tax
Adjustments

Acquisition-Related Expenses (1)

$

10,262

$

8,514

$

$

Severance (2)

11,554

10,125

Acquired Intangible Amortization (3)

22,592

17,949

24,597

19,063

Pro Forma eOne Adjustments

16,037

12,429

Total

$

44,408

$

36,588

$

40,634

$

31,492

Six Months Ended

June 28, 2020

Pro Forma
June 30, 2019

Pre-tax
Adjustments

Post-tax
Adjustments

Pre-tax
Adjustments

Post-tax
Adjustments

Acquisition-Related Expenses (1)

$

160,044

$

135,965

$

$

Severance (2)

11,554

10,125

Acquired Intangible Amortization (3)

47,620

37,834

49,194

38,125

Pro Forma eOne Adjustments

28,041

21,732

Total

$

219,218

$

183,924

$

77,235

$

59,857

(1) In association with the Company's acquisition of eOne, the Company incurred related expenses of $10,262 and $160,044, respectively, in the quarter and six months ended June 28, 2020, comprised of the following:

(i) Acquisition and integration costs of $3,966 and $99,684, respectively, for the quarter and six months ended June 28, 2020, including expense associated with the acceleration of eOne stock-based compensation and advisor fees settled at the closing of the acquisition, as well as integration costs; and

(ii) Restructuring and related costs of $6,296 and $60,360, respectively, for the quarter and six months ended June 28, 2020, including severance and retention costs, as well as impairment charges in the first quarter of 2020 for certain definite-lived intangible and production assets.

(2) In the second quarter of 2020, the Company incurred $11,554 of severance charges, associated with cost-savings initiatives within the Company's commercial and Film and TV businesses. These charges were included in Corporate and Eliminations.

(3) The Company incurred incremental intangible amortization costs related to the intangible assets acquired in the eOne Acquisition.

Reconciliation of Operating Profit (Loss) Results

Quarter Ended June 28, 2020

Pro Forma
Quarter Ended June 30, 2019

As Reported

Non-GAAP
Adjustments

Adjusted

As Reported

Non-GAAP
Adjustments

Adjusted

% Change

Adjusted Company Results

External Net Revenues

$

860,279

$

$

860,279

$

1,215,628

$

$

1,215,628

-29

%

Operating Profit

2,175

44,408

46,583

100,721

40,634

141,355

-67

%

Operating Margin

0.3

%

5.2

%

5.4

%

8.3

%

3.3

%

11.6

%

Adjusted Segment Results

U.S. and Canada Segment:

External Net Revenues

$

359,720

$

$

359,720

$

510,529

$

$

510,529

-30

%

Operating Profit

24,271

24,271

106,577

106,577

-77

%

Operating Margin

6.7

%

6.7

%

20.9

%

20.9

%

International Segment:

External Net Revenues

249,812

249,812

377,438

377,438

-34

%

Operating (Loss) Profit

(24,900

)

(24,900

)

14,583

14,583

>-100

%

Operating Margin

-10.0

%

-10.0

%

3.9

%

3.9

%

Entertainment, Licensing and Digital Segment:

External Net Revenues

89,825

89,825

96,506

96,506

-7

%

Operating Profit

27,793

27,793

7,936

7,936

>100

%

Operating Margin

30.9

%

30.9

%

8.2

%

8.2

%

eOne Segment:

External Net Revenues

160,922

160,922

231,091

231,091

-30

%

Operating (Loss) Profit

(5,967

)

22,592

16,625

(27,612

)

40,634

13,022

28

%

Operating Margin

-3.7

%

14.0

%

10.3

%

-11.9

%

17.6

%

5.6

%

Corporate and Eliminations:
The Corporate and Eliminations segment included non-GAAP adjustments of $21,816 for the quarter ended June 28, 2020, consisting of eOne acquisition-related expenses and other severance expenses.

Six Months Ended June 28, 2020

Pro Forma
Six Months Ended June 30, 2019

As Reported

Non-GAAP
Adjustments

Adjusted

As Reported

Non-GAAP
Adjustments

Adjusted

% Change

Adjusted Company Results

External Net Revenues

$

1,965,849

$

$

1,965,849

$

2,414,350

$

$

2,414,350

-19

%

Operating (Loss) Profit

(21,108

)

219,218

198,110

240,015

77,235

317,250

-38

%

Operating Margin

-1.1

%

11.2

%

10.1

%

9.9

%

3.2

%

13.1

%

Adjusted Segment Results

U.S. and Canada Segment:

External Net Revenues

$

788,367

$

$

788,367

$

868,380

$

$

868,380

-9

%

Operating Profit

96,051

96,051

120,109

120,109

-20

%

Operating Margin

12.2

%

12.2

%

13.8

%

13.8

%

International Segment:

External Net Revenues

500,215

500,215

660,087

660,087

-24

%

Operating Loss

(51,591

)

(51,591

)

(15,828

)

(15,828

)

>-100

%

Operating Margin

-10.3

%

-10.3

%

-2.4

%

-2.4

%

Entertainment, Licensing and Digital Segment:

External Net Revenues

173,852

173,852

188,500

188,500

-8

%

Operating Profit

32,967

20,831

53,798

37,956

37,956

42

%

Operating Margin

19.0

%

12.0

%

30.9

%

20.1

%

20.1

%

eOne Segment:

External Net Revenues

503,415

503,415

697,303

697,303

-28

%

Operating (Loss) Profit

(39,048

)

125,349

86,301

75,555

77,235

152,790

-44

%

Operating Margin

-7.8

%

24.9

%

17.1

%

10.8

%

11.1

%

21.9

%

Corporate and Eliminations:
The Corporate and Eliminations segment included non-GAAP adjustments of $73,038 for the six months ended June 28, 2020, consisting of eOne acquisition-related expenses and other severance expenses.

 

HASBRO, INC.

SUPPLEMENTAL FINANCIAL DATA

RECONCILIATION OF 2019 AS REPORTED TO PRO FORMA RESULTS

(Unaudited)

(Thousands of Dollars)

Pro forma results were prepared by combining the results of Hasbro and eOne for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2019, after giving effect to the eOne Acquisition as if it had been consummated on December 31, 2018.

These pro forma results do not represent financial results that would have been realized had the acquisition actually occurred on December 31, 2018, nor are they intended to be a projection of future results. The pro forma financial information is presented for illustrative purposes only and does not reflect the costs of any integration activities or cost savings or synergies that may be achieved as a result of the acquisition.

Quarter Ended June 30, 2019

Hasbro
As Reported

eOne
(under U.S.
GAAP)

Pro Forma
Adjustments (1)

Pro Forma
Combined

Net Revenues

$

984,537

$

231,091

$

$

1,215,628

Operating Profit (Loss)

$

128,333

$

(19,040)

$

(8,572)

$

100,721

Non-GAAP Adjustments

32,062

8,572

40,634

Adjusted Operating Profit *

$

128,333

$

13,022

$

$

141,355

* Reconciliation to Pro Forma Adjusted results is as follows:

Net Earnings (Loss)

$

13,433

$

(49,532)

$

(6,522)

$

(42,621)

Interest Expense

22,018

12,208

19,106

53,332

Other Expense (Income), Net

100,207

21,236

(19,812)

101,631

Income Tax Benefit

(7,325)

(3,354)

(1,344)

(12,023)

Net Earnings Attributable to Noncontrolling Interests

402

402

Operating Profit (Loss)

128,333

(19,040)

(8,572)

100,721

Non-GAAP Adjustments

eOne:

 Restructuring and Related Charges

7,373

7,373

Acquisition Costs - eOne Deals 

8,664

8,664

Acquired Intangible Amortization 

16,025

8,572

24,597

32,062

8,572

40,634

Adjusted Operating Profit

$

128,333

$

13,022

$

$

141,355

(1) The pro forma results include certain pro forma adjustments to net earnings that were directly attributable to the acquisition, as if the acquisition had occurred on December 31, 2018, including the following:

  • additional amortization expense of $8,572 that would have been recognized as a result of the allocation of purchase consideration to definite-lived intangible assets subject to amortization;
  • estimated differences in interest expense of $19,106 as a result of incurring new debt and extinguishing historical eOne debt;
  • reduction in other expense of $19,812 related to premiums paid by eOne in connection with the early redemption of its senior secured notes, and the related write-off of unamortized deferred finance charges associated with the senior secured notes; and
  • the income tax effect of the pro forma adjustments in the amount of $1,344, calculated using a blended statutory income tax rate of 22.5% for the eOne adjustments and 21% for the Hasbro interest adjustments.

Six Months Ended June 30, 2019

Hasbro As
Reported

eOne
(under U.S.
GAAP)

Pro Forma
Adjustments (2)

Pro Forma
Combined

Net Revenues

$

1,717,047

$

697,303

$

$

2,414,350

Operating Profit

$

164,460

$

96,607

$

(21,052)

$

240,015

Non-GAAP Adjustments

56,183

21,052

77,235

Adjusted Operating Profit *

$

164,460

$

152,790

$

$

317,250

* Reconciliation to Pro Forma Adjusted results is as follows:

Net Earnings (Loss)

$

40,160

$

25,174

$

(31,427)

$

33,907

Interest Expense

44,332

24,771

38,211

107,314

Other Expense (Income), Net

84,425

25,792

(19,812)

90,405

Income Tax (Benefit) Expense

(4,457)

18,278

(8,024)

5,797

Net Earnings Attributable to Noncontrolling Interests

2,592

2,592

Operating Profit (Loss)

164,460

96,607

(21,052)

240,015

Non-GAAP Adjustments

eOne:

Restructuring and Related Charges

18,648

18,648

Acquisition Costs - eOne Deals

9,393

9,393

Acquired Intangible Amortization

28,142

21,052

49,194

56,183

21,052

77,235

Adjusted Operating Profit

$

164,460

$

152,790

$

$

317,250

(2) The pro forma results include certain pro forma adjustments to net earnings that were directly attributable to the acquisition, as if the acquisition had occurred on December 31, 2018, including the following:

  • additional amortization expense of $21,052 that would have been recognized as a result of the allocation of purchase consideration to definite-lived intangible assets subject to amortization;
  • estimated differences in interest expense of $38,211 as a result of incurring new debt and extinguishing historical eOne debt;
  • reduction in other expense of $19,812 related to premiums paid by eOne in connection with the early redemption of its senior secured notes, and the related write-off of unamortized deferred finance charges associated with the senior secured notes; and
  • the income tax effect of the pro forma adjustments in the amount of $8,024, calculated using a blended statutory income tax rate of 22.5% for the eOne adjustments and 21% for the Hasbro interest adjustments.
 

HASBRO, INC.

SUPPLEMENTAL FINANCIAL DATA

RECONCILIATION OF NON-GAAP FINANCIAL MEASURES

(Unaudited)

(Thousands of Dollars and Shares, Except Per Share Data)

For comparability, the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2019 includes the pro forma results for the eOne Segment. See "Reconciliation of 2019 As Reported to Pro Forma Results" for the pro forma and non-GAAP adjustments.

Reconciliation of Net Earnings and Earnings per Share

Quarter Ended

(all adjustments reported after-tax)

June 28, 2020

Diluted Per
Share Amount

Pro Forma
June 30, 2019

Pro Forma
Diluted Per Share
Amount (1)

Net Loss Attributable to Hasbro, Inc.

$

(33,915)

$

(0.25)

$

(42,621)

$

(0.31)

Acquisition-Related Expenses

8,514

0.06

Severance

10,125

0.07

Acquired Intangible Amortization

17,949

0.13

19,063

0.14

Pro Forma eOne Adjustments

12,429

0.09

Pension (2)

85,852

0.62

Net Earnings Attributable to Hasbro, Inc., as Adjusted

$

2,673

$

0.02

$

74,723

$

0.54

Six Months Ended

(all adjustments reported after-tax)

June 28, 2020

Diluted Per
Share Amount

Pro Forma
June 30, 2019

Pro Forma
Diluted Per Share
Amount (1)

Net (Loss) Earnings Attributable to Hasbro, Inc.

$

(103,552)

$

(0.75)

$

33,907

$

0.25

Acquisition-Related Expenses

135,965

0.99

Severance

10,125

0.07

Acquired Intangible Amortization

37,834

0.28

38,125

0.28

Pro Forma eOne Adjustments

21,732

0.16

Pension (2)

85,852

0.62

Net Earnings Attributable to Hasbro, Inc., as Adjusted

$

80,372

$

0.59

$

179,616

$

1.31

(1) 2019 Pro Forma Diluted Per Share Amount is calculated using weighted average shares outstanding of 137,586 for the quarter and six months ended June 30, 2019, which includes the pro forma impact of issuing shares associated with the financing of the eOne Acquisition.

(2) In the second quarter of 2019, the Company recognized a non-cash charge of $110,777 ($85,852 after-tax) related to the settlement of its U.S. defined benefit pension plan.

Reconciliation of EBITDA

Quarter Ended

Quarter Ended June 30, 2019

June 28, 2020

Hasbro
As Reported

eOne
(under U.S.
GAAP)

Pro Forma
Adjustments (3)

Pro Forma
Combined

Net (Loss) Earnings Attributable to Hasbro, Inc.

$

(33,915

)

$

13,433

$

(49,532

)

$

(6,522

)

$

(42,621

)

Interest Expense

49,577

22,018

12,208

19,106

53,332

Income Tax Benefit

(10,830

)

(7,325

)

(3,354

)

(1,344

)

(12,023

)

Net Earnings Attributable to Noncontrolling Interests

1,017

402

402

Depreciation

32,921

35,380

1,247

36,627

Amortization of Intangibles

34,702

11,815

16,025

8,572

36,412

EBITDA

$

73,472

$

75,321

$

(23,004

)

$

19,812

$

72,129

Non-GAAP Adjustments (see above)

21,816

110,777

35,849

(19,812

)

126,814

Adjusted EBITDA

$

95,288

$

186,098

$

12,845

$

$

198,943

Six Months
Ended

Six Months Ended June 30, 2019

June 28, 2020

Hasbro
As Reported

eOne
(under U.S.
GAAP)

Pro Forma
Adjustments (3)

Pro Forma
Combined

Net (Loss) Earnings Attributable to Hasbro, Inc.

$

(103,552

)

$

40,160

$

25,174

$

(31,427

)

$

33,907

Interest Expense

104,302

44,332

24,771

38,211

107,314

Income Tax (Benefit) Expense

(14,902

)

(4,457

)

18,278

(8,024

)

5,797

Net Earnings Attributable to Noncontrolling Interests

2,844

2,592

2,592

Depreciation

56,587

62,408

3,103

65,511

Amortization of Intangibles

71,513

23,631

28,142

21,052

72,825

EBITDA

$

116,792

$

166,074

$

102,060

$

19,812

$

287,946

Non-GAAP Adjustments (see above)

171,598

110,777

47,853

(19,812

)

138,818

Adjusted EBITDA

$

288,390

$

276,851

$

149,913

$

$

426,764

(3) Pro Forma Adjustments include debt refinancing costs of $19,812, which are excluded from pro forma results, and also shown as a Non-GAAP Adjustment in the reported eOne financial statements. The net impact to Pro Forma Adjusted EBITDA is zero.

 

HASBRO, INC.

SUPPLEMENTAL FINANCIAL DATA

eOne - FY2019 RESULTS OF OPERATIONS (REPORTED UNDER U.S. GAAP)

(Unaudited)

(Thousands of Dollars)

Quarter Ended

Year Ended

March 2019

June 2019

September
2019

December 2019

December 2019

Net Revenues (1)

$

466,212

$

231,091

$

283,310

$

235,160

$

1,215,773

Costs and Expenses:

Cost of Sales

14,141

17,053

11,497

24,878

67,569

Program Production Cost Amortization

160,857

64,527

92,662

90,414

408,460

Royalties

81,147

55,865

49,533

39,659

226,204

Advertising

21,173

32,870

30,593

37,241

121,877

Amortization of Intangibles

12,117

16,025

14,871

16,552

59,565

Selling, Distribution and Administration

61,130

63,791

61,860

92,996

279,777

Operating Profit (Loss)

115,647

(19,040

)

22,294

(66,580

)

52,321

Interest Expense

12,563

12,208

10,302

10,772

45,845

Other Expense (Income), Net

4,556

21,236

2,687

(759

)

27,720

Earnings (Loss) before Income Taxes

98,528

(52,484

)

9,305

(76,593

)

(21,244

)

Income Tax Expense (Benefit)

21,632

(3,354

)

4,025

(26,815

)

(4,512

)

Net Earnings (Loss)

76,896

(49,130

)

5,280

(49,778

)

(16,732

)

Net Income Attributable to Noncontrolling Interests

2,190

402

2,322

488

5,402

Net Earnings (Loss) Attributable to eOne

$

74,706

$

(49,532

)

$

2,958

$

(50,266

)

$

(22,134

)

The eOne financial results above include certain charges that would have been excluded to calculate Adjusted results, as historically reported by eOne. Those charges are outlined below for each quarter in fiscal year 2019.

Non-GAAP Adjustments

Quarter Ended

Year Ended

March 2019

June 2019

September
2019

December
2019

December
2019

Restructuring and Related Charges

$

11,275

$

7,373

$

3,234

$

11,526

$

33,408

Acquisition Costs - eOne Deals

729

8,664

1,324

458

11,175

Hasbro Transaction Costs

3,244

3,245

6,489

Selling, Distribution and Administration

12,004

16,037

7,802

15,229

51,072

Debt Refinancing Costs

19,812

19,812

Other Expense (Income), Net

19,812

19,812

Total

$

12,004

$

35,849

$

7,802

$

15,229

$

70,884

(1) eOne Net Revenues by category are as follows:

Quarter Ended

Year Ended

March 2019

June 2019

September
2019

December
2019

December
2019

Film and TV

$

387,611

$

160,270

$

199,949

$

140,581

$

888,411

Family Brands

56,612

41,228

53,828

58,677

210,345

Music and Other

21,989

29,593

29,533

35,902

117,017

Total

$

466,212

$

231,091

$

283,310

$

235,160

$

1,215,773

 

HASBRO, INC.

SUPPLEMENTAL FINANCIAL DATA

FY2019 PRO FORMA AND AS REPORTED NET REVENUES BY BRAND PORTFOLIO

(Unaudited)

(Thousands of Dollars)

The following unaudited quarterly pro forma brand portfolio net revenue information presents the combination of the historical quarterly brand portfolio revenue of Hasbro and eOne for FY2019 and is intended to provide information about how the eOne acquisition might have affected the Company’s historical quarterly revenue. Hasbro’s standalone, as reported quarterly brand portfolio net revenue for FY2019 is also presented below. The pro forma net revenue information is not necessarily indicative of what the combined company’s revenue actually would have been had the acquisition been completed as of the dates indicated, nor does it purport to project the future revenue of the combined company.

Pro Forma 2019

Q1

% of
Total

Q2

% of
Total

Q3

% of
Total

Q4

% of
Total

Full Year

% of
Total

Franchise Brands

$

393,574

33

%

$

576,715

47

%

$

779,659

42

%

$

661,899

40

%

$

2,411,847

41

%

Partner Brands

171,989

14

%

213,448

18

%

427,029

23

%

408,516

24

%

1,220,982

20

%

Hasbro Gaming

107,565

9

%

123,420

10

%

232,287

13

%

246,478

15

%

709,750

12

%

Emerging Brands (1)

116,135

10

%

106,647

9

%

188,589

10

%

167,376

10

%

578,747

10

%

TV/Film/Entertainment (2)

409,459

34

%

195,398

16

%

230,919

12

%

178,898

11

%

1,014,674

17

%

Total

$

1,198,722

$

1,215,628

$

1,858,483

$

1,663,167

$

5,936,000

(1) Emerging Brands includes the preschool brands, PEPPA PIG, PJ MASKS and RICKY ZOOM, acquired as part of the eOne acquisition.

(2) TV/Film/Entertainment includes all other brands not detailed in (1) above acquired as part of the eOne acquisition.

As Reported 2019

Q1

% of
Total

Q2

% of
Total

Q3

% of
Total

Q4

% of
Total

Full Year

% of
Total

Franchise Brands

$

393,574

54

%

$

576,715

59

%

$

779,659

49

%

$

661,899

46

%

$

2,411,847

51

%

Partner Brands

171,989

23

%

213,448

22

%

427,029

27

%

408,516

29

%

1,220,982

26

%

Hasbro Gaming

107,565

15

%

123,420

12

%

232,287

15

%

246,478

17

%

709,750

15

%

Emerging Brands

59,382

8

%

70,954

7

%

136,198

9

%

111,114

8

%

377,648

8

%

TV/Film/Entertainment

Total

$

732,510

$

984,537

$

1,575,173

$

1,428,007

$

4,720,227

Contacts:

Investor Contact: Debbie Hancock | Hasbro, Inc. | (401) 727-5401 | debbie.hancock@hasbro.com
Press Contact: Julie Duffy | Hasbro, Inc. | (401) 727-5931 | julie.duffy@hasbro.com

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