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Hello, Share Forkers. As someone who lost a packet yonks ago by investing in video game makers, I have been wary ever since. My family also took a pounding in that dark previous period when a prominent video retailer got into trouble. But you cannot let old prejudices get in the way...
Hello Share Trudgers. My pre-teen boys and daughter drove me mad playing electronic games in the sitting room. I thought it was a daft craze. But wasn't I wrong? Video games are bought by the bucketload. £90 billion worth. That’s right. Billions, not millions. Step forward Sumo (SUMO). It makes some of the games itself. But it also helps out the big game names, like Sega, Microsoft and Sony.
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