After a strong start, 2021 obliterated Canadian sub-$100 million market cap stocks. As of November 30, the median stock in this group was trading at only ~38% of its 52-week highs.
Not down 38% – DOWN 62%!
As Jeff Bezos said over 20 years ago:
“The stock is not the company. And the company is not the stock.”
The same is true for THIS list of Canadian micro- and small cap names that have been pounded by 2021 tax loss selling.
It’s been a month since TimTheTatman, one of gaming and esports’ biggest personalities, joined Complexity Gaming and GameSquare Esports, bringing his 18 million fans with him. Discover some potential benefits for GameSquare and milestones that investors can look forward to.
Esports influencer TimTheTatman recently announced that he would join Complexity Gaming [and GameSquare Esports.
TimTheTatman has built an audience of more than 4 million YouTube subscribers, 3.4 million Instagram followers, and 2.6 million Twitter followers.
Influencer advertising is growing as it gains acceptance with marketers – and TimTheTatman adds to GameSquare’ audience reach and engagement.
Customer targeting is critical in digital marketing, which can be extended to esports as well. GameSquare Esports has demonstrated that it can connect big brands to esports audiences, expanding brands’ reach. GameSquare’s M&A strategy, and execution, which is already off to a great start, could further accelerate the company’s growth in this secular growth market.