But Isn’t’ Even Close To the Record!

No investor can deny how much money video games can make. From console and PC games, to streaming and mobile, the industry is ripe with profits. Now, new data released from Activision Blizzard show one of its releases has generated $100 million a day, for 10 straight days… topping $1 billion in under two weeks!

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II was released on October 28th and has broken the franchises record for the fastest to $1 billion. Since release, gamers have spent over 200 million hours, and conducted over 1 billion Call of Duty “matches” on console and PC. Call it a grand slam for ATVI.

But more, it was the biggest opening day, and week, for the entertainment industry this year… including all movies, music, and video games.

However, while a billion bucks and a billion “matches” in ten days is astonishing, it doesn’t come close to the industrywide record for reaching a $billion the fastest.

That title goes to Grand Theft Auto V, which toppled the $1 billion mark in just three days!

To say there’s big money in video games would be an understatement. But remarkably, there could be far more money generated with video games than we’re currently seeing.



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Once you’re done examining the facts, It may become crystal clear…

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And with it, a massive new monetization stream could launch the video game industry to the very top of the revenue world. So if you agree that video games can be wildly profitable, THIS tech could potentially make them wildly MORE profitable…

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Or, read more about Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II’s ten-day march to $1 billion, HERE

Source: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/latest-call-duty-game-made-162304174.html