Do you game?
You don't have to in order to get involved in the video game space.
There are plenty of video game stocks for investors to take a look at.
Right now, the name of the game is Take-Two Interactive Software (TTWO) after the company released Red Dead Redemption 2. Red Dead is the sequel to the popular Western-based game that was released on platforms such as Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 back in 2010.
The sequel is a huge, open-world game that has been applauded for its realism. It sold a whopping $725 million in sales in three days. The launch is the second highest entertainment launch behind Grand Theft Auto V.
Want to take a guess at who developed Grand Theft Auto? Rockstar Games. The same studio that also developed Red Dead. You know, the same studio owned by Take-Two.
However, Take-Two isn't the only video game stock for investors to look at. There's also Electronic Arts (EA) --the company behind Battlefront, Battlefield and Sims--and Activision Blizzard (ATVI) --which owns Overwatch, Call of Duty and Candy Crush.
All three video game companies are reporting within the next two weeks. EA will be reporting on Tuesday after the bell. Take-Two is reporting Wednesday, Nov. 7. And Activision Blizzard will be wrapping up the video game kings when it reports earnings on Thursday, Nov. 8.