Companies in Gaming Industry: Electronic Arts, Blizzard Inc and UBI Soft

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Companies in Gaming Industry: Electronic Arts, Blizzard Inc and UBI Soft
There can be no question that companies such as Electronic Arts (EA), Blizzard Inc., and UBI Soft are at a point in their respective company lives where there are many exciting possibilities available to them in the fast-paced and competitive gaming industry. With this in mind, the following paper will offer a quantitative overview of the industry; will briefly discuss the evolution of the industry; will look at the apparent lifecycles of the three companies; will discuss major opportunities available to each firm; will outline major threats; and will conclude by offering a Porter’s analysis applicable to each firm as it tries to navigate its way through challenging...
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