Game Over? Not for These 3 Video Game Giants

July 22, 2019

It's no secret that the video game industry took some hits in the early stages of 2019, with many analysts pointing the finger at countries like China which have enforced stricter regulations on game approval. However, there is also the rise of free-to-play games -- such as Fortnite and Player Unknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) -- which has led to a saturated market of battle royale games and audience fatigue. For these reasons, the gaming industry faced a crisis at the turn of the year, with revenues heading for their first decline since 1995, according to Pelham Smithers Associates. You might then be wondering: Why the hell should you invest in gaming now?

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