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Invested in Super League Gaming Inc
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🎮 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
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🎮 Video game revenue shrinks in 2022, snapping growth streak After video games boomed during the first two years of the pandemic, Newzoo calls this the first drop in revenue since it began tracking the industry more than a decade ago. By the numbers: • 3.2 billion players (up from 3.1 in 2021) • $184.4 billion in revenue (down from $192.7 billion in 2021) • Newzoo's survey size: More than 75,000See more
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Amazon $AMZN is reportedly trying to buy Electronic Arts $EA 👀 The company behind Apex Legends, Madden NFL, Battlefield, and many more blockbuster titles, reportedly has an offer from Amazon to be acquired. According to USA Today, which broke the news, that a Amazon to buy EA announcement is due today. Rumors have been circling online about a potential acquisition for EA, with Amazon, Apple and WSee more
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On this Sunday morning, I am taking the time to look into each of my investments and see what this week has in store. Earnings 💵 season is in full swing! One of my holdings, $SLGG Super League Gaming has really caught my eye 👁 It appears to me at a 294% increase in revenues expected to be reported this Thursday, this company is making waves 🌊 in the metaverse and gaming industry. Want to takeSee more
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U.S. gaming 🎮 sales slump in first half of 2022 Spending on video games in the U.S. declined 10% compared to the first half of 2021, down to $26.3 billion, tracking firm NPD reported Friday. The market is cooling, due in part to temporary factors like a lack of major game releases and constraints capping console supply and mobile gaming is also taking a hit. https://www.axios.com/2022/07/15/us-See more
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