|Bid||0.00 x 1300|
|Ask||0.00 x 1800|
|Day's Range||125.97 - 129.16|
|52 Week Range||99.63 - 151.26|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||57.02|
|Earnings Date||Oct 29, 2018 - Nov 2, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||154.56|
It’s going to be a big winter for videogames—and shooting games, in particular. It may not hurt them much in the short-term, but lower engagement could be a problem well into 2019, according to The Wall Street Journal’s Dan Gallagher. Ina Tuesday story, Gallagher noted the coming slate of games including Activision Blizzard’s (ATVI) “Call of Duty: Black Ops 4,” Electronic Arts’ (EA) “Battlefield V,” and “Red Dead Redemption 2” from Take-Two Interactive (TTWO), writing:: “Fortnite” is unlikely to kill any of the other shooters, all of which are highly popular properties in their own right.
Nvidia (NASDAQ:NVDA) just took the wraps off its hotly anticipated new video cards for PC gamers. NVDA stock got a boost from the reveal, as investors recognized that Nvidia’s new Turing architecture is a game changer that could drive a lucrative round of upgrades. Last week, Nvidia announced new GPUs aimed at the professional digital content production market.
This evening before gamescom DICE announced that the Battlefield™ V Open Beta will begin on September 4 for early access* and September 6 for all players on Origin™ for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation®4. The Open Beta will showcase the soon-to-be-iconic Rotterdam map on Conquest mode as well as the Arctic Fjord map on both Conquest and Grand Operations.
Cowen believes EA’s “Battlefield V” game may put the company's financial guidance at risk. The firm's analyst said preorders for “Battlefield V” are tracking more than 85 percent behind “Call of Duty: Black Ops 4,” which is substantially worse than previous instances. “Battlefield 3” and “Battlefield 4” titles lagged “Call of Duty” by about 20 percent to 40 percent and “Battlefield 1” actually tracked ahead of “Call of Duty” at this point before launch.
After being arrested by federal agents for allegedly hacking videogame giant Electronic Arts Inc. system, Martin Marsich tried to post a $750,000 bond with cryptocurrency. That’s when Masich, federal authorities and the court ran into problems that show how difficult it can be to use digital currency in the real world.
A suspect facing hacking allegations has been ordered by a US federal judge to pay a bail equivalent to $750,000 in cryptocurrencies. The suspect is facing charges for hacking Electronic Arts (NASDAQ:EA), a leading video game company. He is said to have gotten away with in-game currency that was had been collected from buying and […] The post Hack Suspect To Pay Bail In Cryptocurrency appeared first on Market Exclusive.
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Electronic Arts (EA) has sold more than 130 million units since of the release of the franchise. The company cited strong weekend sales of the latest title as the key catalyst.
PiperJaffray is upbeat about all three—Take-Two, Activision Blizzard (ATVI) and Electronic Arts (EA), all of which are Barron’s Next 50 stocks—with “overweight ratings” on each of the companies. The analysts cited optimism about the coming “Read Dead Redemption” game and “re-acceleration in recurrent consumer spend.” At Activision, PiperJaffray wrote, its crucial Call of Duty Black Ops 4 game “will perform well, despite a crowded title slate.” (Last year’s “Call of Duty” installment was the biggest game of 2017.) Barron’s Next took a look at what’s coming in the second half of the year back in June. PiperJaffray cited a survey of about 300 gamers, asking them to name the games they were most excited about playing over the coming year.
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