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Esports winter looms as major teams depart high profile leagues and Activision’s Overwatch League seems to be dead 👾 #esports #winter See more
Hey Peeps! We haven’t seen much IPO action the last year and a half due to the volatility of the economy/market along with some valuations hitting hard. As some of you know I’m a bit slow to invest in certain IPOs due to the fact that 25% of them tend to lose value around 3 weeks outside of the initial IPO. Case in point — See more
🎮 Gaming takes over everything Video games will move to the center of the entertainment and pop-culture universe next year. Streaming services, Hollywood studios, tech giants — even the Saudi government — are racing to capitalize on gaming's vast and ever-expanding popularity, and its lucrative intellectual property. • 2023 will bring "The Super Mario Bros. Movie" — a partnership between NintenSee more
Added FaZe Holdings Inc to Watchlist
First #esports organization to go Public in the US
Invested in Super League Gaming Inc
Thrilled for this caught it at a great time with a Average share cost of .66 cents, I will be holding this one for a while check it out while it is at a huge buying point . 🚀🚀 #longterm #gaming #buythebottom #oppurtunities #esports See more
Mar 10, 2017 - Mar 10, 2022
Invested in Johnson & Johnson
@JohnsonAndJohnson americana baby🇺🇸 worth $169.74 a share and you can buy a slice for less than $1 lmao. This is why my grandma Cleveland always yelled at me for not picking up any change I found on the ground. Just like @fazecensor at the gym small gains add up to become giant fortunes. Young up and coming #esports underpaid more talented than cod league scrubs should definitely cop. #faze1 #faze6 #growth #longterm
$ATVI is set to be acquired by $MSFT in a $68.7 billion cash/stock deal Microsoft will now own major titles such as Overwatch, Call of Duty, Diablo, World of Warcraft, Hearthstone to name a few. This could be a major boost to Xbox as Microsoft is pushing hard into being a dominant player in the gaming industry. See more
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These two are my longest held stocks on public. I show 3 months because that's around how long I've had each and why I'm up so much on these. I love $AESE and $EBET I was close to selling Allied Esports but held it and glad I did. Even when I was down about 30%. Esports Entertainment I was up then down then up about 20% withing a week of being down about 34%. Its been crazy but I trust them. Also ISee more
Aug 19 - Nov 19, 2021

What #videogames #gaming #gamers #esports company/stock would you trust the most out of these in particular? You can comment with your own but please also pick one of these and if you want please explain why you choose that?? $IGT $SGMS $CRSR $EBET

$IGT Int Game Tech16.67%
$SGMS Scientific Games0%
$CRSR Corsair Gaming 50%
$EBET Esports Tech 33.33%
6 votes Ended 11/12/21
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FaZe Clan Announces SPAC Merger, Becoming The First Esports Company To Hit $1 Billion Valuation. 🔥🔥👀 Esports and entertainment company FaZe Clan announced plans today to become publicly traded through a SPAC deal with B. Riley Principal 150 Merger Corp. ( $BRPM ) The company will raise an estimated $291 million in the transaction, valuing it at $1 billion after the deal closes. It will trade oSee more
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