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24/7 Wall St. reviews those companies that could stand to benefit from this upcoming video game console supercycle, including makers of the hardware and the games, as well as retailers.
Nintendo always has been one of the major players in the video game industry, but this year it may be outmatched as the holiday season is on the way.
While Wedbush issued the first and most aggressive price target on Zynga on Monday after the acquisition news, other Wall Street firms are trying to play catch-up on their targets and expectations.
Zynga has announced an acquisition, and the stock may finally be trying to break out above $10.
Activision Blizzard and Electronic Arts have reported their most recent quarterly results. Here is what analysts are saying after the fact.
Activision Blizzard and Electronic Arts, two staples of the video game industry, are scheduled to release their most recent quarterly results after the markets close on Tuesday.
Zynga and Amazon.com are partnering to bring free content to Amazon Prime members with one of Zynga’s major franchises.
Facebook is getting into mobile gaming yet again, as the social media giant has announced an app to capitalize on this growing trend.
Canaccord Genuity makes a quarterly report on the esports landscape, and the firm sees 10 companies having an outsized impact on the sector this year.
GameStop released fiscal third-quarter financial results after markets closed Tuesday. The video game retailer said that it had a net loss of $0.49 per share and $1.44 billion in revenue, compared...
One analyst expects mobile gaming to see a wave of consolidation in the coming six to 18 months, and Zynga is said to have seen more than its fair share of successful acquisitions.
GameStop released its fiscal second quarter financial results after the markets closed on Tuesday. The video game retailer said that it had a net loss of $0.32 per share and $1.3 billion in revenue,...
GameStop is scheduled to release its fiscal second-quarter financial results after the markets close on Tuesday, and expectations are low.
Nvidia and Microsoft each saw a handy gain on Monday after the firms announced that they would be partnering together to improve Minecraft, perhaps the best-selling video game of all time.
Activision Blizzard shares retreated after it reported lower quarterly results than a year ago, though the numbers were better than Wall Street expected.