The laser manufacturer saw some recovery last month, but shares are down roughly 58% year to date after giving up those gains in December.
A big quarterly earnings beat and indications that its business could be stabilizing caused Changyou stock to post big gains in November.
A promising new deal prompted stock of the gaming and resort operator to nearly double in November.
A promising report on China's hotel industry helped GreenTree Hospitality stock post big gains last month.
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China's content regulators have thrown some curveballs at gaming and video companies this year, but Bilibili has still posted strong gains so far in 2018.
Funko shareholders have seen big gains this year even with the stock's recent pullback.
iQiyi is well off the highs it hit this summer, but it's still up double digits in a year that's been turbulent for Chinese tech stocks.
After posting big gains last year, its stock has cooled off in 2018.
After years of sideways trading and sitting out the market's momentum, Disney stock finally hit a new high in 2018.
Strong performances for legacy titles and new releases have helped the video-game publisher's stock come out ahead in a volatile year.
The PlayStation business is booming and helped push Sony stock to a 10-year high in 2018.
2018 has been a good year for the video game company, but shares are still down double digits.
A controversial new game and lapsed players have Activision Blizzard stock trading well off the highs it hit earlier this year.