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Activision (NASDAQ: ATVI), Roblox (NYSE: RBLX), Sea Limited (NYSE: SE), and other companies with high-grossing mobile games saw intense positive stock price action on Friday afternoon. Today's video focuses on the recent ruling that states Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) can no longer prohibit developers from providing links to external sites to bypass purchasing from Apple's in-app platform. At the moment, Apple takes a cut of in-app purchases.
Apple fueled last week's market slide, but Covid cases are clearly falling. Tesla released FSD Beta 10.
Roblox has a large presence in the Asia-Pacific region, so the Chinese government''s actions could hurt its business.
When Couchbase (NASDAQ: BASE) went public this July, many media outlets compared the cloud-based database company to Snowflake, the high-growth data warehousing company that went public last September. Couchbase claims its node-based licensing model costs 10-40 times less than Oracle's per-core based licensing model, especially on large servers with multiple cores. Couchbase's revenue rose 25% to $103.3 million in fiscal 2021, and it anticipates 17% growth this year.
The Dow Jones fell as Apple stock dipped on an App Store ruling. Roblox stock and and Electronic Arts popped. AMC stock surged.
The broader market is coming off a 4-day losing streak, as investors get more jittery about COVID-19's economic impact.
China's new regulations on its gaming industry may pose consequences for video game stocks but help those of other countries.
Drive by DraftKings led the round, which also included Remagine Ventures, early Roblox investor Craig Sherman, and NFL legend Eli Manning
Toya, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based female-founded gaming studio, raised $4m in funding. The round was led by Drive by DraftKings, with participation from Remagine Ventures and Powerhouse Capital, as well as 1Up Ventures, early Roblox investor Craig Sherman, and NFL legend Eli Manning. Simultaneously with the raise, Drive by DraftKings CEO and Managing Partner Meredith  The post Toya Raises $4M in Funding appeared first on FinSMEs .
Toya has raised $4 million in funding for the female-founded gaming studio that has a hit Roblox game based on the Miraculous Ladybug brand.