David Bonnet of Delta State Holdings says he is very bullish on the gaming sector in Macau in part because of increased connectivity and integration between cities in the Greater Bay Area.
For the first time since its meteoric rise, "Fortnite" is no longer a no-doubt victory royale atop the video game industry.
A former MLB executive vice president explains why he made the jump to esports
Analysts expectations remain low heading into Nvidia's earnings report Thursday after the bell
Matthew Thornton of SunTrust Robinson Humphrey explains why he recommends buying Activision Blizzard's stocks despite the company missing earnings estimates for the fourth quarter of 2018.
The move marks the second time in two years Sony has named a new PlayStation boss and comes after a drop in profits and sales of the PS4.
EA and Take-Two Interactive are both keeping an eye on threats from free-to-play games like "Fortnite."
Nintendo is joining forces with messaging app Line and game developer NHN Entertainment to develop a new game called "Dr. Mario World."
Kazunori Ito of Ibbotson Associates Japan says he expects Nintendo to achieve continued growth in software and hardware sales.
Japanese gaming firm Nintendo issued a downward revision on sales estimates for its Switch console, but analysts are not worried.
Atul Goyal of Jefferies says Nintendo has a "very big library" of intellectual property, but it needs to find a way to monetize it through mobile games and not just the Switch.
Nintendo is less optimistic about how many of Switch units it will manage to sell by the end of the fiscal year.
Timothy O’Shea, an analyst with Jefferies, breaks down the firm's top video game predictions for 2019 with CNBC's "Power Lunch" team.
Niantic, which spun out of Google's parent company Alphabet, now has a $4 billion valuation.
Even if Amazon leads the cloud market, it's not the top player in gaming.
Bob O'Donnell of TECHnalysis Research explains why the roll out of 5G networks won't be affected by the U.S.-China trade war. He also discusses new technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
A report last month said Niantic was raising a fresh round of capital that would put its valuation at $3.9 billion.
The role is increasingly important at Netflix. The company is burning cash at faster and faster rates as it ups investment in original movies and TV shows.
The winner can expect to pay more than 45 percent of their windfall in federal and state taxes.
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