Sony's PS4 Record Debut Marks a Busy Week in Gaming
The holiday season is all-important for companies and investors in the video-game space, and perhaps no name is in more need of good news than lumbering Japanese tech giant Sony .
Thankfully for Sony and its investors, it seems like the company's critical rollout of its PlayStation 4 game console has by all accounts smashed records. In the first 24 hours on sale, Sony managed to sell an astounding 1 million PlayStation 4 consoles.
And while important, this isn't the only major storyline that will interest investors this week: On Friday, Microsoft will also be rolling out its much-anticipated Xbox One console.
More than just consoles
Meanwhile, there's also the record-setting rollouts of two of the most successful gaming franchises of all time: Take Two Interactive's Grand Theft Auto 5 and Activision Blizzard's Call of Duty: Ghosts.
In this video, tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner looks at the storylines in the gaming space that investors must watch in the months and weeks to come.
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