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Signal Watch

September 30, 2011 08:05 ET

Analytical Reports on Activision Blizzard Inc. and Electronic Arts Inc. - Video Games Competition Growing Heading Into Holidays

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For many companies in the Multimedia and Graphics Software industry, the holiday video games season has already begun.

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Companies in the industry like Electronic Arts Inc. and Activision Blizzard Inc. have announced both sequels to some of their most popular games franchises as well as some new and highly anticipated games set to roll out from now through the holiday season. www.SignalWatcher.com gives traders a unique insight about Activision Blizzard Inc. and Electronic Arts Inc. by registering now at http://signalwatcher.com/ATVI/September302011.php or http://signalwatcher.com/ERTS/September302011.php.

Pre-orders for Electronic Arts' new multiplayer role playing game "Star Wars: The Old Republic" has already set records as the company's fastest selling in its history. The game is set to directly compete with Blizzard's established and widely popular "World of Warcraft" franchise. Another installment of Blizzard's first-person shooter "Call of Duty" franchise is expected to see strong sales during the holiday season as well.

Large video game companies are looking to make their mark on social media and mobile phone games as well. Zynga, currently the king of social media games, is seeing serious pressure coming from Electronic Arts' popular "Sims" game, which has become a Facebook hit. Traditional console game makers have taken note of the popularity of mobile device and social media games, and seem to be placing more emphasis on grabbing market share in this growing segment.

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