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Embracer Group AB (publ) (THQQF)

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2.3600+0.0500 (+2.16%)
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Previous close2.3100
Open2.3650
BidN/A x N/A
AskN/A x N/A
Day's range2.3600 - 2.4150
52-week range1.4400 - 5.0500
Volume16,210
Avg. volume10,506
Market cap3.281B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.55
PE ratio (TTM)39.33
EPS (TTM)0.0600
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
  • AFP

    Video game giant Embracer sells 'Borderlands' maker to Take-Two

    Swedish video game group Embracer said Thursday it was selling Gearbox Entertainment, the developer of the popular first-person shooter franchise "Borderlands", to US company Take-Two for $460 million.Embracer will retain selected companies, including Gearbox Publishing San Francisco, as well as the publishing rights to the "Remnant" franchise, "Hyper Light Breaker" and other unannounced game releases.

  • Reuters

    Games group Embracer misses Q3 operating profit estimate

    (Reuters) -Swedish games developer Embracer said it may miss its debt reduction target, but maintained its full-year forecast after on Thursday reporting slightly weaker-than-expected operating profit for October to December. The owner of the Tomb Raider franchise said its adjusted operating profit rose 7% to 2.15 billion Swedish crowns ($204.40 million) in the quarter compared with analysts' forecasts of 2.21 billion crowns in a company-provided consensus. It said it will reach the low end of its 7.0 billion to 9.0 billion crown forecast for adjusted operating profit, driven by a softer 2023/2024 PC/Console outlook, recent game performance, and some fourth-quarter pipeline shifts.

  • Reuters

    Exclusive-Sweden’s Embracer weighs options for Borderlands maker Gearbox Entertainment –sources

    LONDON (Reuters) -Embracer is considering options for its U.S. game developer Gearbox Entertainment including a sale as Europe’s largest gaming company looks to shore up its finances, three people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The maker of a new Tomb Raider video game, whose shares are traded in Stockholm, is working with Goldman Sachs and Aream & Co to explore a sale, the people said. Embracer last year bought several development studios and the intellectual property rights to a number of games including a new Tomb Raider game.