|Bid||71.60 x 1000|
|Ask||71.76 x 2300|
|Day's range||71.61 - 73.90|
|52-week range||47.80 - 79.63|
|PE ratio (TTM)||199.11|
|Earnings date||2 May 2018 - 7 May 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.34 (0.46%)|
|1y target est||76.58|
Shares of video game publisher Electronic Arts touched a buy point on Friday, but price action and volume lacked conviction, causing the stock to pull back.
Can Activision Blizzard Beat Gaming in 2018? Specifically, Activision Blizzard invested in marketing last year, with a focus on expanding its franchise reach, while its services and features helped to improve user engagement and player investment.
Can Activision Blizzard Beat Gaming in 2018? Activision Blizzard (ATVI) has three primary business segments: Activision, Blizzard, and King. As you can see in the chart below, the Activision segment reported revenues of over $1.3 billion in 4Q17, which accounted for over 54% of the company’s total revenues that quarter (ended December 2017).
Can Activision Blizzard Beat Gaming in 2018? The daily time spent per user for Activision Blizzard (ATVI) was over 50 minutes for the second straight quarter and is now comparable to that of social media platforms such as Facebook (FB) and Instagram. Activision Blizzard aims to improve player engagement by focusing on in-game services, content updates, and features.
Can Activision Blizzard Beat Gaming in 2018? The Call of Duty franchise has always been a favorite and has been the top-selling game for eight of the past nine years. The demand for Call of Duty: Black Ops III continues to be healthy and is expected to be so in 2018 as well.
Can Activision Blizzard Beat Gaming in 2018? The total MAUs (monthly active users) for Activision Blizzard (ATVI) at the end of 4Q17 stood at 385 million—marginally higher than the 384 million MAUs it had at the end of 3Q17. Activision had been focused on stabilizing its user base for its King segment by releasing new features and content into live games that would attract new players as well as increase user engagement.
Can Activision Blizzard Beat Gaming in 2018? Activision Blizzard’s (ATVI) its Overwatch League was launched in January 2018 and attracted over 10 million viewers in the first four days of the event, with an average viewership of 280,000 on a per-minute basis. The early momentum seen in for the Overwatch League has been strong and created value for stakeholders, which include players, spectators, sponsors, team owners, and partners.
Janus Henderson Group blog features an entry by portfolio manager Hamish Chamberlayne that posits that, “The future sustainability of the global economy requires change across multiple sectors” and that “sustainability makes good business and investment sense.” Perhaps it is with this mindset that Janus (JHG) raised its stake in General Electric (GE) by nearly a quarter in the fourth quarter. The asset manager bought 987,000 more GE shares, ending 2017 with 5.1 million shares. Actually, strike that “at the time.” GE shares tumbled 43%, not including dividends, in 2017, but so far this year they’re down another 16% through midday trading Tuesday.
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Electronic Arts (EA) expects competitive gaming to be important in the long run. The Madden Challenge special was broadcast on the CW network, a joint venture between CBS (CBS) and Warner Bros. (TWX). EA is also leveraging the huge player base for the Battlefield game, as online qualifiers for this e-sports competition is likely to begin by fiscal 1Q19.