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Who in the Gaming Sector Might Lead in Revenue Growth?

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Activision

In fiscal 2016, Activision (ATVI) reported revenue of $6.6 billion. Analysts expect the company’s revenue to rise 2.7% YoY (year-over-year) in fiscal 2017 to $6.8 billion and 7.8% YoY in fiscal 2018 to $7.3 billion. Analysts expect the company’s revenue to rise 6.6% YoY in the quarter ending September 2017 to $1.7 billion and fall 1.4% YoY to $2.4 billion in the quarter ending December 2017.

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Electronic Arts

In fiscal 2017, Electronic Arts (EA) reported revenue of $4.9 billion. Analysts expect the company’s revenue to rise 5.1% YoY in fiscal 2018 to $5.2 billion and 9.2% YoY in fiscal 2019 to $5.7 billion. Analysts expect revenue to rise 7.4% YoY in the quarter ending September 2017 to $1.2 billion and fall 0.30% YoY to $2.1 billion in the quarter ending December 2017.

Take-Two Interactive

In fiscal 2017, Take-Two Interactive (TTWO) reported revenue of $1.9 billion. Analysts expect the company’s revenue to fall 8.1% YoY in fiscal 2018 to $1.8 billion and rise significantly by 55.0% YoY in fiscal 2019 to $2.7 billion. Analysts expect revenue to rise 7.0% YoY in the quarter ending September 2017 to $512.8 million and fall 27.1% YoY to $543.1 million in the quarter ending December 2017.

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Zynga

In fiscal 2016, Zynga (ZNGA) reported revenue of $754.5 million. Analysts expect the company’s revenue to rise 11.8% YoY in fiscal 2017 to $843.2 million and 8.7% YoY in fiscal 2018 to $916.7 million. Analysts expect revenue to rise 5.5% YoY in the quarter ending September 2017 to $207.5 million and 8.7% YoY to $218.9 million in the quarter ending December 2017.

GameStop

In fiscal 2017, GameStop (GME) reported revenue of $8.6 billion. Analysts expect the company’s revenue to rise 2.1% YoY in fiscal 2018 to $8.8 billion and fall 1.7% YoY in fiscal 2019 to $8.6 billion. Analysts expect revenue to rise 0.30% YoY in the quarter ending October 2017 to $2.0 billion and 2.0% YoY to $3.1 billion in the quarter ending January 2018.

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