The top game makers are dipping into the well of nostalgia, and gamers love it.
News & Analysis: Activision Blizzard
It’s been a good year for video games, but this top studio doesn’t quite make the cut for me.
Both video game leaders are enjoying momentum right now, but one is set up for more growth over the next five years.
Markets were generally weaker, but the Nasdaq held its ground.
May was a very good month for game publishers.
Both of these companies benefit from the COVID-19 crisis, but one is a far stronger long-term investment than the other.
The company continues to embrace the future of gaming.
CtW Investment Group wants shareholders to vote against the "Say-on-Pay" proposal at its June 11 shareholder meeting.
These companies are all you need to ride the growth of interactive entertainment.
The gaming company's shares have rallied roughly 67% over the last year.