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Activision’s Revenue Growth per Share Hits 16.20% in Last Year

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Revenue growth per share 15% for Electronic Arts

The revenue growth per share for Electronic Arts (EA) in the last ten years has been 8.7%. Its EBITDA growth (earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization) and free cash flow growth stand at 30.70% and 16%, respectively. In the last 12 months, revenue growth per share, EBITDA, and free cash flow have increased by 15%, 270.40%, and 2.20%, respectively.

Book value growth per share in the last ten years and trailing 12 months stands at -4.60% and 22.30%, respectively.

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Electronic Arts has generated impressive returns over the last few years. The firm has also received positive feedback anda good company outlook on sales of its hotly anticipated Star Wars: Battlefront multiplayer game. The company projects that it will sell ~10 million copies of the game in 2016. After EA showed off its gameplay footage last Monday at E3 (the Electronic Entertainment Expo), shares reacted by rising 2.1%. That trend has continued.

Shareholder value for Activision

Activision’s (ATVI) revenue growth per share in the last ten years has been 10.20%. Its EBITDA growth and free cash flow growth stand at 17.70% and 35.20%, respectively. In the last 12 months, revenue growth per share, EBITDA, and free cash flow have increased by 16.20%, 34.60%, and 34.60%, respectively.

Book value growth per share in the last ten years and trailing 12 months stands at 23.40% and 6.9%, respectively. In comparison, book value for Zynga (ZNGA) declined by 6.80% in the same period.

Activision makes up 0.33% of the Power Shares QQQ Trust, Series 1 (QQQ), and 0.93% of the First Trust ISE Cloud Computing Index ETF (SKYY).

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