The video gaming sector was a major beneficiary of the lock-down environment with two of AIM’s video gaming groups being acquired. The remaining gaming companies on AIM have subsequently seen their share prices fall back, with investors clearly fearing a post pandemic/lockdown hangover. Is this a buying opportunity or could there be more trouble ahead? We take a look at AIM's video gaming giants.
The week brought results from three of the four remaining video gaming groups on AIM, three of which are games developers, with the other a highly acquisitive service provider to the sector. So, which delivers the best returns and which might make the better long term investment?
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