How Take-Two Beat Activision Blizzard and EA

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Take-Two Interactive isn't the biggest, or even second-biggest, video game publisher around. And yet it managed to beat out much larger rivals Activision Blizzard and Electronic Arts in terms of software sales last year.

In the video below, Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos talks about how Take-Two pulled off that upset. It was driven by a few blockbuster titles, particularly Grand Theft Auto V. And while it isn't likely that Take-Two will lead the industry again in 2014, he argues that its stock has room to grow when compared to Activision and EA. 

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