Video and Mobile Game StocksIncludes Video and Mobile Game Developers and Publishers
List of Publicly Traded Video and Mobile Game Stocks Listed on U.S. Exchanges
If you have a gamer in your home you already know how much time and passion gamers dedicate to their hobby. For many companies, this time and passion translates into substantial profits for the developers of popular games. The public companies on list are home to some of these mega popular games played by gamers across the world.
Many of the companies on this list develop games for consoles, PCs, mobile phones and tablets. Other companies focus on MMORPGs which are online role-playing games where a large number of people play and interact in the same virtual world. Some companies exclusively make free-to-play mobile games where they generate revenues from the virtual items gamers can purchase to enhance their playing experience.
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Video and Mobile Games: Large-Cap Stocks
Activision Blizzard, Inc. (ATVI) (Call of Duty, Destiny, Diablo, Guitar Hero, Hearthstone, Skylanders, StarCraft and World of Warcraft)
Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) (Dragon Age, EA Sports (multiple brands), Madden, Plants vs. Zombies and The Sims)
NetEase, Inc. (NTES) (China: online games (partnership with Blizzard Entertainment), e-mail and e-commerce services, advertising services, websites)
Video and Mobile Games: Mid-Cap Stocks
Bilibili Inc. (BILI) (IPO March 28, 2018; China: online entertainment platform)
Gamestop Corporation (GME) (Video game retailer)
Momo Inc. (MOMO) (China: Mobile-based social networking platform, mobile games)
Sea Limited (SE) (IPO October 20, 2017; online gaming platform; digital financial services; e-Commerce platform)
Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (TTWO) (Brands include BioShock, Borderlands, Grand Theft Auto, Midnight Club, NBA 2K, Sid Meier’s Civilization, WWE 2K franchise and XCOM)
YY Inc. (YY) (China, interactive social platform, real-time online group activities: music shows, online games, dating shows, live game broadcasting and e-learning)
Zynga Inc. (ZNGA) (CSR Racing, CSR Classics, Clumsy Ninja, FarmVille, Zynga Casino and Words With Friends)
Video and Mobile Games: Small-Cap Stocks
Changyou.com Ltd. (CYOU) (China: Online games for PCs and mobile devices; MMOGs; 17173.com an information portal for game players in China)
Renren Inc. (RENN) (China: social networking internet platform, online games center)
Sohu.com Inc. (SOHU) (China: Online media company)
Video and Mobile Games: Micro-Cap Stocks
GigaMedia Limited (GIGM) (Taiwan: online games and cloud computing services)
Glu Mobile Inc. (GLUU) (Free-to-play games: Blood and Glory, Deer Hunter and Gun Bros)
GRAVITY Co., Ltd. (GRVY) (South Korea: Ragnarok Online)
Majesco Entertainment Company (COOL) (Console and PC game developer)
NTN Buzztime, Inc. (NTN) (Bar and Restaurant Games)
The9 Limited (NCTY) (China, MMO, web and mobile games: Firefall)
Xunlei Limited (XNET) (China, internet company: cloud acceleration subscription services, online advertising services, online games and pay per view services)