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DFC Intelligence tracks companies active in the video game software space. The focus is on companies providing high-end game content. Some companies active in video game software are classified in the conglomerate category because they have diversified product offerings. This includes Sony and Microsoft who also provide video game hardware but are classified as conglomerates. It also includes the China-based companies Tencent and NetEase. Nintendo is included in both the software and hardware category but is officially classified in the software category. Go here for a look at the hardware index.
The DFC Intelligence Video Game Stock Market Index includes multiple hardware companies but not all of the companies listed here. For detailed information on individual companies click on the company link.
According to the latest analysis from DFC Intelligence, the market value of the leading console video game publishers in North America grew 43% in the six months from the end of February to the end of August. This highlights a record five years of growth for the major North American video game publishers.
The new DFC report is part of a series that looks at major players in the video game mar…..
DFC Intelligence just released its latest global Video Game Consumer Segmentation. This ongoing project breaks out the number of game consumers by country, region, and platform. As of mid 2020, it is estimated that the number of global game consumers is approaching 3.1 billion.
Of course, 3 billion is a massive number, however it only represents about 40% of the world population. Furthermore, by far …..
DFC Intelligence just released its latest report on the state of the video game industry. The good news is that sales of video games are soaring. Of course, one of the unfortunate causes of this increase is the devastating spread of COVID-19.
In the past week major public video companies have reported earnings results that were better than expected. This included Activision Blizzard, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Zynga and Nintendo. These …..
DFC Intelligence has begun offering strategic briefings and feedback sessions to companies, investors and other interested parties to discuss the current state of video gaming and digital entertainment and its implication for the entire gaming ecosystem. A major current focus is the impact of COVID-19 on video games.
While the broader economy struggles under fear, doubt and uncertainly, the gaming and digital entertainment sector remains a bright spot with shut in consumers turni…..