Parabolic Moves Expected for this Gaming Stock
With a small $1.5 million investment into their online platform, the company expects to earn $700 million in revenue and $349 million in pre-tax income in just the next 5 years alone!
Currently trading with a market cap of $10 million, this small gaming stock just received a fair market valuation for its flagship platform of $27.6 million!
Early investors in this gaming stock could be the real winners as this story — that could only be described as a lottery ticket — plays out.
Easy Technologies (US:EMYSF & CSE:EZM)
Competitive entertainment goes back to the very core of human existence. The thrill of competing and winning, for some, is where they draw their entertainment, and even their identity. In the medieval era, competitions certainly lured crowds, but also participants willing to put their lives on the line for the thrill of the game. From bear baiting to jousting and sword dueling, many lives were lost for the love of the “game.”
Today, the love of the game that has been passed down from generation to generation still exists, and now translates to billions of dollars in profits for the sports and gaming industry. Take, for instance, the professional sports environment, which is now estimated to be worth a whopping $70 billion, according to Forbes.
Tiger Woods, arguably the best golfer there ever was, earned a total of $1.3 billion throughout the course of his career, and 88% of it actually came from endorsements. If it wasn’t for the fact that the human race is enamored with competitive entertainment, nobody would care about someone chasing a white ball around a field trying to get it into a 4-inch cup.
The fact is, as humans, we love competition, and what I have here for everyone today is Easy Technologies, which has their flagship gaming platform that is projected to earn some massive profits in the very near-term.
***One thing you can be certain of is that there is enormous amounts of money to be made in competitive entertainment, and EMYSF is on to something that could revolutionize the online gaming arena.***
Just to give you an idea of how big online gaming is, consider the rapid growth that is being seen in Internet gambling.
According to Statista.com, the current size of the online gambling market is right at $46 billion and growing. This has nearly doubled since 2009, when the market was at $25 billion.
EMYSF is NOT a gambling website. However, these statistics show the kind of money there is in just this market alone that will be targeted as they charge forward in their extremely lucrative business endeavor.
EMYSF’s flagship platform, House Trivia, is an exciting gaming platform that redefines the online gaming industry. With huge cash prizes, fantastic gameplay, and a revolutionary new trivia concept, House Trivia will set the standard for online competitions.
Simple Two-Pronged Approach with Potentially Massive Gains on the Horizon
House Trivia Exclusive Competitions
House Trivia Exclusive Competitions are limited to 25,000 players. Entry fees will be USD $199.99 per player, with the first-place winner of the contest winning a house valued at $1 million. Prizes for 2nd and 3rd place include exotic sports cars and cash.
Each House Trivia Exclusive Competition will generate $5 million in entry fees. Total prize payouts and marketing fees for each competition will be no more than $2.4 million. The profit margins are expected to be huge. The company anticipates holding one House Trivia Exclusive Competition in year one, increasing that to sixteen in year five.
User-Created Trivia Contests
User-Created Trivia Contests allow users to create their own trivia contests and invite an unlimited amount of players. The user can choose for these contests to be free or have an entry fee, ranging from $1.99 to $199.99. Users can select from “head-to-head” or “multiplayer,” as well as “winner takes all” or “top 3” for multiplayer prize payouts.
House Trivia charges a 25% transaction fee on the total entry fees for each User-Created Trivia Contest. The other 75% goes into the total prize payout, so the more entries there are, the bigger the prize payout. The company anticipates an average spend of $20 per user per contest. EMYSF anticipates 80,000 contest signups in year one, increasing to 20,000,000 contest signups in year five.
What you will notice below is a business plan that is anticipating revenue growth that is aggressive but realistic due to the ability to scale within the online gaming industry.
I am expecting the next 5 years to be explosive for this gaming stock lottery ticket. As you can see, the rate of growth is expected to go parabolic, and early investors could be the biggest beneficiaries.
Currently, EMYSF’s market cap is at $10 million, at a stage of just its infancy. With the slightest bit of attention to this gaming company, it could send this stock substantially higher. As it is, Sun Business Valuations has given EMYSF’s House Trivia platform a fair market valuation of $27.6 million, which is almost 300% higher than what the current market cap of the company is sitting at.
The target market for House Trivia is massive! In just fantasy sports alone, there are over 1 million daily players that House Trivia will be targeting to attract to their own gaming platform.
FanDuel: A New York-based daily fantasy sports site, which allow users to win cash, was launched in 2009 and initially raised $1.2 million in venture capital funding from Pentech Ventures and Scottish Enterprise. Just 6 years later, the company secured a valuation of $1 billion after raising $275 Million from KKR, Google Capital, and Time Warner. FanDuel has over 1 million users and spends over $100M a year in advertising.
DraftKings: A Boston-based daily fantasy sports site, which allows users to win cash, launched in 2012 and initially raised $1.4 million in venture capital funding from Pentech Ventures and Scottish Enterprise. Just 3 years later, the company secured a valuation of $900 million after raising $250 million from The Walt Disney Co. (parent company of ESPN). DraftKings has over 1 million users and spends over $140 million a year in advertising.
Trivia Crack: A mobile game that launched in 2013, it is a trivia quiz game where players answer questions in subjects, including entertainment, art, science, history, and geography, chosen by spinning an on-screen wheel. It has gone parabolic in users, and Trivia Crack has had OVER 1 million downloads over the last 3 years.
The company is strategically planning campaigns across multiple platforms, including television, radio, email, and Web-based marketing to create awareness for the contests. As the company earns more and more revenues, I believe this will fuel the fire that the company can reinvest into turning House Trivia into a household name.
For starters, at current valuations, the company has potential to triple, offering investors returns of up to 300% just based on the House Trivia platform fair market valuation when comparing it to the current market cap.
But consider what the upside will look like as the company aggressively pursues a business plan that earns $6 million in revenue in year one and rapidly grows to nearly $500 million in year 5.
In my opinion, this has yet to be priced in…
Easy Technologies is currently expecting to fund $1.5 million in order to complete the development of the House Trivia platform and market its online trivia competitions, which are projected to generate over $700 million in revenue from entry fees and transaction fees, as well as $349 million in pre-tax cash flow over the next 5 years. That’s a tiny investment for astronomical returns!
Understanding where EMYSF is potentially headed, it should boggle the mind of any smart investor that the company is currently only trading for a market cap of $10 million. Outrageous gains could be seen in the near future here, especially as this story continues to spread throughout the investment community.
Chief Editor, FutureMoneyTrends.com
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