Take-Two raised its full-year adjusted revenue forecast to $1.48- $1.53 billion from $1.33- $1.43 billion and its adjusted profit forecast to $1.65- $1.75 per share from $1.00- $1.15. This was 49 percent lower than a year earlier- a quarter that included the re-release of "Grand Theft Auto V" for the latest gaming consoles, as well as the launch of "Borderlands: The...» Read More
Electronic Arts, popularly called EA by gaming aficionados, said adjusted revenue rose to $1.80 billion in the quarter ended Dec. 31.
BURBANK, Calif.— GameStop is dipping a toe into the video game publishing business. The venture marks GameStop's first dive into console game publishing. The disc-based version of "Song of the Deep" will only be available from GameStop.
Neil Campling, global TMT analyst for Aviate Global, discusses the latest earnings results from Facebook and says virtual reality gaming could be worth $200 billion by 2020.
Worldwide digital video game sales hit a record last year, according to SuperData Research.
Worldwide digital video game sales surged 8 percent to $61 billion last year as mobile and console title revenues advanced.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the big money behind competitive multi-player gaming and the companies getting involved.
A brief outage on Microsoft's online video game network sent the rapper over the edge.
New software sales have fallen nearly 10 percent at GameStop, but its digital business remains significant. CEO Paul Raines explains.
Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai, discusses Asia's economy, whether the TV business has found its legs, and the developing technology for image sensors, at CES.
The console claims dominance over Microsoft and Nintendo selling more than 5.7M this holiday season
Video game publisher Activision Blizzard has acquired Major League Gaming (MLG) as part of its plan to create the “ESPN of e-sports.”
Electronic Arts experienced log in and connection issues for many of its titles on Thursday, the video game company said.
Howard Goldring, managing director at Delmore Asset Management, comments on the market trends in the video games sector.
Hideo Kojima starts his own company after Konami terminates employment
Rovio said Chief Executive Pekka Rantala would step down after just a year in the role, which included deep job cuts and restructuring.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why shares of Activision Blizzard are going to benefit from its "monster franchise."
Parts of the gaming platform and online store went down briefly on major shopping day Black Friday.
We got off to a good start, says David Brandon, Chairman and CEO of Toys R Us, discussing demand for this season's most popular toys.
Damian Thong, senior technology analyst at Macquarie Securities Japan, says Sony's PlayStation is selling almost 90 percent more units than Microsoft's Xbox.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.