3 Gaming Companies You Should Be Watching This Week
Earlier this week, gaming behemoth ElectronicArts reported strong earnings. The big news was EA's strong performance in digital gaming, which helped revenue and EPS beat analyst expectations. In addition, the company's cost-cutting measures helped improve its gross margin. EA investors should be pleased that the company may finally be shedding its title as "Worst Company in America."
Meanwhile, in the video below, Fool contributor Mark Reeth also discusses two of the biggest gaming companies in the business -- Activision Blizzard and Take-Two Interactive -- and what to expect from their earnings reports next week. Has Activision begun suffering from the symptoms of Call of Duty withdrawal this quarter? Has Take-Two's critical hit Bioshock Infinite translated into higher earnings? Watch the video and find out!
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