Toy and Game Stocks

Includes Toys, Board Games and Toy Stores

List of Publicly Traded Toy and Game Companies Listed on Major U.S. Exchanges

If Santa Clause delivers the toys each Christmas, these are the companies that supply the toys and games that fill his bags. This list includes two larger sized toy and game companies (Hasbro and Mattel) that are home to some of the most well-known brands in this industry. If you ever have given a child a gift then there is a good chance that it was manufactured by one of these companies. Hasbro is also home to the popular card game Magic the Gathering which targets males in their teens and early twenties.

The list also contains a trio of smaller companies with different business models. Leapfrog (LF) focuses on children’s learning entertainment products, JAKKS (JAKK) produces a wide range of children’s toys and Build-a-Bear Workshop (BBW) operates retail toy stores that specialize in custom stuffed animals.

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Additional publicly traded game and hobby companies and game and hobby categories can be accessed through the links below:

List of Game and Hobby Companies

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Toys and Games Industry Comparison Widget

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Toys and Games: Large-Cap Stocks

Hasbro, Inc. (HAS) (Toy and game brands include Dungeons & Dragons, Magic: The Gathering, Monopoly, My Little Pony, Nerf, Play-Doh and Transformers)

Toys and Games: Mid-Cap Stocks

Mattel, Inc. (MAT) (Toy and game brands include Barbie, Fisher-Price, Hot Wheels and Monster High)

Toys and Games: Micro-Cap Stocks

Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc. (BBW) (Retail Stores: allows customers to make their own stuffed animals)

JAKKS Pacific, Inc. (JAKK) (Toys and leisure products)

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