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Follow this list to discover and track stocks in the online gaming industry. The online gaming industry is booming, with more people joining as a form of leisure and entertainment, as well as those who are joining as professional gamers.
The list includes stocks priced at $1 or more with a three-month average daily trading volume in excess of 15,000 shares. This list is generated daily and sorted by market cap; the gains are based on the latest closing price and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.
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|Watchlist||Change today||1-month return||1-year return||Total return|
|Video game stocks||+3.01%||-||-||-|
|Symbol||Company name||Last price||Change||% change||Market time||Volume||Avg vol (3-month)||Market cap|
|ATVI||Activision Blizzard, Inc.||75.76||+0.57||+0.76%||16:00 GMT-5||6.15M||6.54M||59.74B|
|NTDOY||Nintendo Co., Ltd.||10.56||-0.02||-0.19%||15:59 GMT-5||765.33k||1.34M||49.42B|
|NTES||NetEase, Inc.||70.9||+2.65||+3.88%||16:00 GMT-5||2.10M||1.86M||46.57B|
|NETTF||NetEase, Inc.||14.01||+0.45||+3.32%||15:46 GMT-5||11.94k||27.55k||46.35B|
|EA||Electronic Arts Inc.||132.28||+0.66||+0.50%||16:00 GMT-5||1.23M||1.95M||36.78B|
|RBLX||Roblox Corporation||33.99||+0.60||+1.80%||16:01 GMT-5||15.74M||18.43M||20.42B|
|NEXOY||NEXON Co., Ltd.||21.79||+0.12||+0.55%||15:45 GMT-5||4.00k||40.46k||18.99B|
|TTWO||Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.||108.76||+2.36||+2.22%||16:00 GMT-5||1.86M||2.21M||18.25B|
|BILI||Bilibili Inc.||19.84||+2.82||+16.57%||16:00 GMT-5||28.68M||9.64M||7.60B|
|CCOEY||Capcom Co., Ltd.||15.62||+0.28||+1.83%||15:58 GMT-5||3.97k||18.28k||6.66B|
|UBSFY||Ubisoft Entertainment SA||5.95||+0.22||+3.84%||15:48 GMT-5||76.99k||159.46k||3.73B|
|PLTK||Playtika Holding Corp.||9.49||-0.02||-0.21%||16:00 GMT-5||839.24k||2.37M||3.43B|
|OTGLY||CD Projekt S.A.||7||+0.13||+1.89%||15:46 GMT-5||9.19k||32.47k||2.85B|
|SOHU||Sohu.com Limited||15.05||+0.25||+1.69%||16:00 GMT-5||84.83k||75.80k||538.66M|
|MYPS||PLAYSTUDIOS, Inc.||4.14||+0.06||+1.47%||16:00 GMT-5||108.75k||244.11k||537.72M|
|SCPL||SciPlay Corporation||15.93||+0.01||+0.06%||16:00 GMT-5||82.40k||226.27k||361.56M|
|SNAL||Snail, Inc.||2.57||-0.03||-1.15%||16:00 GMT-5||22.63k||1.85M||97.66M|
|GMGI||Golden Matrix Group, Inc.||2.52||+0.16||+6.78%||16:00 GMT-5||27.81k||28.87k||71.02M|
|GIGM||GigaMedia Limited||1.23||+0.01||+0.82%||15:46 GMT-5||3.75k||24.71k||13.59M|
|MSGM||Motorsport Games Inc.||5.25||+0.54||+11.46%||15:59 GMT-5||62.79k||65.06k||6.13M|
|CCNC||Code Chain New Continent Limited||2.7||+0.13||+5.25%||14:55 GMT-5||10.06k||77.62k||4.96M|
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Workers who test games at Activision Blizzard Inc.'s unit Blizzard Albany have voted to form a union months after the games developer began negotiating with employees at its Wisconsin unit, the first in the company to unionize. The workers based near Albany, New York, voted 14-0 to join the Communication Workers of America union, the National Labor Relations Board said on Friday. Blizzard Albany has developed installments of popular video game franchises including Guitar Hero, Call of Duty, and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater.
(Reuters) -Workers who test games at Activision Blizzard Inc.'s unit Blizzard Albany have voted to form a union months after the games developer began negotiating with employees at its Wisconsin unit, the first in the company to unionize. The workers based near Albany, New York, voted 14-0 to join the Communication Workers of America union, the National Labor Relations Board said on Friday. Blizzard Albany has developed installments of popular video game franchises including Guitar Hero, Call of Duty, and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater.