Microsoft (MSFT) is not only one of the biggest technology companies in the world, it’s also a major force in the video game market.
MSFT develops everything from operating systems for gaming PCs, consoles, video games, as well as cloud and mobile gaming.
And in recent months, Microsoft launched its new flagship video-game service: GamePass Ultimate.
Through this service, consumers pay a monthly fee to access more than 150 video game titles from their PCs, video game consoles, and mobile phones through the cloud.
This library of video games includes hit first-party titles such as Halo and Gears of War. However, it also offers titles from a variety of big-named publishers in the sector.
Plus, with E3 (the largest video game conference in the world) just days away, an even larger number of video game titles are expected to make their way onto the company’s “Netflix for gaming” platform.
Microsoft's showcase is likely to reveal more information about Halo Infinite, Elder Scrolls 6, Starfield, Fable, and Forza Motorsport 8, among many others.
Investors should play close attention to this rapidly growing division within Microsoft in the years ahead if they want to accurately price the stock.
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