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GameFly files IPO, now publicly traded company

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 11 Feb 2010 16:39 User comments (3)

GameFly files IPO, now publicly traded company The video game rental service GameFly has filed an IPO today, becoming a publicly traded company and raising $50 million USD. The company will trade on the NASDAQ under the ticker GFLY.
The company has 334,000 subscribers and had revenue of $46.4 million for the six months ended September 30th, 2009. Net profit was $3 million, a drop year-on-year.

Additionally, GameFly is also in control of a network of gaming-related sites that bring in about 4.4 million unique users per month.

The company says it will use the IPO money for future growth.

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3 user comments

112.2.2010 18:20

Maybe now they can reduce their turn around time,and buy enough new copies to go around of a really hyped release.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 12 Feb 2010 @ 18:22

219.2.2010 16:02

Yeah, i canceled the service because i hardly ever get the games on the top of the queue. The games have used price of $15, i get them w/o problems. Of course, then again, i can just buy the game for $15 and don't have to worry about returning it, lol.

I hope the service gets better, i might join it again if that's the case.

319.2.2010 19:56

That is the main reason i left game fly both time i was a member.i would never ever get the games at the top of my queue.and i would have them up weeks before their release.


todd logan

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