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Stifel believes that if the judge does rule in favor of Epic Games in its case against Apple, some of the top video game stocks would get a huge boost. These four are rated Buy at the firm and are...
Roblox has seen a recent run-up in its stock price since it came public last week. The company originally priced its shares at $45 for the IPO but the offering was much more explosive than that.
Glu Mobile stock shot up on Tuesday after it was announced that the firm would be acquired by Electronic Arts.
Monday morning saw another jump in GameStop's stock price. Do the day traders and “Robinhooders” know something the institutional giants don’t?
GameStop reported its most recent quarterly results after the markets closed on Tuesday.
Online game platform operator Roblox has filed with the SEC regarding its initial public offering.
A couple of the biggest names in the video game industry just reported earnings on Thursday and 24/7 Wall St. is taking a looking into their reports.
The three leading companies in the software gaming industry look poised to deliver the goods when they report third-quarter results. They look like solid ideas for aggressive growth investors looking...
These five Goldman Sachs tech and gaming stock picks are trading under the $10 level and could provide investors with some incredible upside potential.
Microsoft aims to acquire ZeniMax Media and its game publisher, Bethesda Softworks, bringing Elder Scrolls, Doom, Fallout and Wolfenstein under its banner.
San Francisco-based Unity Software entered the market with a bang on Friday.
Has video game retailer GameStop broken out of the downward spiral that had captured it for so long? Two analysts are optimistic about the company's near-term outlook.
High-performance gear provider Corsair Gaming intends to price 14 million shares to result in an initial public offering valued up to nearly $290 million.
GameStop posted a fiscal second-quarter net loss per share of $1.40 on $942.0 million in revenue. The consensus estimates had called for a net loss of $1.13 per share and $1.02 billion in revenue.
Following a Monday leak, Microsoft has confirmed a new Xbox Series S gaming console that will cost less than half as much as the company's flagship Xbox Series X.