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Okay, so this one is a joke, or is it? Gamestop has transitioned from just being a games retailer to being a hobby shop that sells cards, toys, and collectibles. The business model for Gamestop has just been revamped now that the company has a new CEO and though it's still yet to be seen where the company goes from here, but it should have no problem finding a foothold in a growing game market.
AMD made a name for itself by counterpoint Intel and other PC hardware manufacturers with its low prices and high performance. A $300 chip from AMD outperforms a chip from Intel that costs $1000, and AMD has grown their market share because of it. AMD’s stock is a great portfolio addition at just 89 dollars a share.
The Xbox brand learned from the Xbox One’s failure and created the world’s most powerful console in the Xbox Series X. The console sells out everywhere in seconds so demand is high, and its even started topping sales charts in the UK so Microsoft is poised for a strong year.
But let's be honest, Xbox shouldn't be the reason you need to buy Microsoft, one of the biggest technology companies in the world.
While its products are expensive, Razer's stock price is not. It currently sits below a dollar, and for a company that makes some of the best PC gaming hardware on the market, it might be undervalued. Most gamers absolutely love their products, and Razer's strong brand recognition has made it a household name for gamers and one worth investing in.
Tencent owns League of Legends, one of the biggest games on the esports scene and has a 40 percent holding in Epic Games, the developer of Fortnite. As well as a thriving chat and social media platform in China, Tencent is a multimedia conglomerate that’s raking in hundreds of millions a year and leading the way cross-platforming and social-gaming has evolved.
LOL, don't give this one your money, but if you must, EA makes money hand over fist with its Star Wars and Madden licenses, and add to that Apex Legends’ popularity, EA offering competition in the shooter market with Battlefield and its destructible environments, you cannot deny the value of its many properties and licenses. Still, though, go **** yourself EA!
Ubisoft has changed its tactics since its days of constantly releasing broken games and fixing them later. Ubisoft’s titles lately have been high quality, they’ve acquired a license to develop Star Wars games and they were at the head of the next generation push from Microsoft. They’re a solid investment to make. recently shares have fallen, despite a record-setting earnings report. Currently, the stock is under $20, but please do your due diligence first.
Monster Hunter and Resident Evil are set to have two major releases this year that are sure to drive the value of Capcom’s share price. Year over year Capcom has seen growth, and will more titles coming to streaming platforms, the company will surely have a foothold in both multiple mediums. Expectations are high after the success of Resident Evil 7 and Monster Hunter World but Capcom has been delivering quality content and gamers are responding by purchasing millions of copies.
Arguably the best graphics card manufacturer on the planet, the 3000 series of GPUs sold well and set a new bar for gaming performance. Nvidia is a must-own stock for the future, whose products are in incredibly high demand. The current price is 596, so if you can find a good entry, might be worth it.
NetEase is one of the biggest companies in gaming, raking in over 23 billion yen (200 million USD) worth of revenue every year. NetEase has a partnership with Blizzard Entertainment to bring games like World of Warcraft and Diablo over to China. In addition to video games, NetEase works in e-commerce, advertising, and a number of mobile gaming solutions. investing in Netease could be a worth-while bet, though that depends on how you feel investing in global markets.
11.Take Two Interactive
Take-Two is one of the biggest publishers in the industry. Grand Theft Auto alone generates over 500 million in revenue a year and Take-Two also publishes franchises like Red Dead Redemption and Borderlands, so they should produce strong earnings in the coming years. Their intellectual property alone will increase the companies value as more and more games are adapted for the big screen. At $192, with the right price point, it might be a buy.
What can we say about Nintendo. The Apple of video game companies? Maybe.
Nintendo is one of the big 3 console manufacturers when it comes to gaming and the Switch is one of the best selling consoles of all time. Not only that, but Nintendo is also primed to make more sales due to the PS5 and Xbox Series X/S being constantly sold out everywhere. If you can’t get an Xbox or a Playstation, you can buy a Switch. The Switch is also 200 dollars cheaper, so extra money spent on a console could go to games.
At $81 this stock is nowhere near its full potential. A definite buy.
Sony is not "the Apple of gaming" or anything like that. Sony is Sony. One of the world's leading innovators and producers of technology. So just because you can't get the PS5, don't take that out on your future gains. Because if you're looking to get into the market, and weighing your opinions on game companies, you can't go wrong here.
with a current price of $116, Sony, is going to Mars.
Activision Blizzard is a juggernaut in the gaming industry that posts multi-billion dollar earnings reports every year through the strength of Call of Duty, World of Warcraft and its other releases/subscription platforms.
with a Current all-time high of $100 Activision has even drawn investment's from the Crown Prince of Suadi Arabia. Of all the companies on this list, this one might be the one that stands the test of time. As we said in the beginning, (THIS IS NOT FINANCIAL ADVICE WE JUST LIKE VIDEO GAMES).
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