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Sony Gets Lift From Stay-at-Home Demand Ahead of PlayStation 5 Launch

By: Peter Landers
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Date of Publication: October 28th, 2020
Company joins Japanese tech companies’ V-shaped recovery.
Nintendo just reported a wild 428% surge in profits thanks to the lockdown gaming boom

Nintendo just reported a wild 428% surge in profits thanks to the lockdown gaming boom

By: Ryan Browne
Source: Reuters
Date of Publication: August 6th, 2020
Nintendo reported operating profit of 144.7 billion yen ($1.4 billion) in the April-June quarter, smashing analyst expectations. Sales of the company’s popular Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite consoles grew around 167% to 5.68 million units in the quarter. The firm has now sold 22.4 million copies of “Animal Crossing: New Horizons,” surpassing sales of “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.”
An EA Update on the Coronavirus Situation

An EA Update on the Coronavirus Situation

By: Electronic Arts
Source: Electronic Arts
Electronic Arts shares their policy changes and safety measures due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Coronavirus Lifts Nvidia as People Stuck at Home Turn to Games, Remote Work

Coronavirus Lifts Nvidia as People Stuck at Home Turn to Games, Remote Work

By: Asa Fitch
Source: The Wall Street Journal
Date of Publication: May 21st, 2020
Cloud-computing demand strengthens in pandemic, driving up chip maker’s earnings and revenue
EA SUSPENDS ALL COMPETITIVE GAMING LIVE EVENTS

EA SUSPENDS ALL COMPETITIVE GAMING LIVE EVENTS

Source: Electronic Arts
Date of Publication: March 13th, 2020
EA cancels all live gaming competitions and events.
HONORING OUR FRONTLINE HEALTHCARE WORKERS

HONORING OUR FRONTLINE HEALTHCARE WORKERS

Source: Electronic Arts
EA Partners with 13 Professional Sports Leagues for “THE REAL HEROES PROJECT” Initiative
After 20% Drop In A Month, Will Coronavirus Help Or Hurt Electronic Arts?

After 20% Drop In A Month, Will Coronavirus Help Or Hurt Electronic Arts?

Source: Forbes
Date of Publication: March 18th, 2020
Electronic Arts (NASDAQ: EA) has fared better than the broader markets through the current coronavirus and oil price war crisis, with the stock currently down by about 18% since early February, after the WHO declared a global health emergency.
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