Gaming Stocks An Industry In Transition

2021-09-23

7 Gaming Stocks

Have the recent corrections in these gaming stocks created an opportunity or are they still too high? These are the questions we will be asking and attempting to answer throughout this video on the gaming industry. Additionally, we will look at how the gaming industry has historically made money relative to how the industry is generating revenues today.

In short there has been a shift to endgame purchases, which are downloadable content (DLC) and virtual goods. Consequently, the new revised business model appears to be working as most of the companies we cover are showing accelerated earnings and revenue growth. Nevertheless, as previously – asked are the current valuations justified?

In this video we will review these seven gaming stocks (7) companies via FAST Graphs: Roblox Corp (RBLX), Nintendo (NTDOY), Activision Blizzard Inc (ATVI), Electronic Arts (EA), Take Two Interactive Software (TTWO), Zynga Inc (ZNGA), NetEase Inc (NTES)

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