Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Frontier Dev LSE:FDEV London Ordinary Share GB00BBT32N39 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -15.00p -1.15% 1,295.00p 28,620 16:26:50
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1,295.00p 1,300.00p 1,340.00p 1,260.00p 1,340.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 37.4 7.8 22.7 57.0 441.76

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Frontier Dev Daily Update: Frontier Dev is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FDEV. The last closing price for Frontier Dev was 1,310p.
Frontier Dev has a 4 week average price of 1,200p and a 12 week average price of 1,070p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,537.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 325p.
There are currently 34,112,529 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 113,769 shares. The market capitalisation of Frontier Dev is £441,757,250.55.
mark4231: I'm surprised that the very positive reaction to the first videos of JWE a couple of weeks ago haven't caused a noticeable increase in the share price. Or, maybe people think it is priced in from the rise on the JWE announcement last summer. Or, those with enough money to invest to cause a noticeable share price change don't go around browsing gaming forums.
mark4231: After 20 or so years investing share price reaction to news still usually makes no sense to me. Anyway, nice to see the share price is now up a bit. I'm excited for the next few months, not only for JWE but over the weekend Planet Coaster, all the DLC packs and Elite: Dangerous were on sale and were consistently towards the top of the Steam Top Seller charts. I also pre-ordered JWE even though I don't see the point of pre-ordering and it's not my sort of game - but, hey, dinosaurs are cool!
mark4231: I agree, the two risks of a delay in the release of the game and the game not being good are much smaller now - will be interesting to see what the share price does this week.
nimbo1: For interest the librium analyst note has an average sales price of £37.5. Finncap use a worse case net price to frontier of £20.5 and high price of £32.5. Assuming the sales surpass 1.5 million in yr 1 its clear FDEV will be outperforming with the next franchise coming next year. There is potential for strong share price growth from here. Question is how many units can they sell?! The quality of whats been released so far makes me think they have a high chance of selling more than that, especially when launched alongside the film.
mark4231: It doesn't take much for the FDEV share price to move up or down significantly. I assume the buying today is in anticipation of the flood of news expected a week from today regarding JWE.
mark4231: We had the Tencent investment news and the Jurassic World Evolution news last summer which bumped up the share price. Since then there has been a long lull whilst we wait for those announcements to result in something concrete. All we've mostly had is 'things are ticking along nicely thank you' announcements. So, whilst it is quiet it's not surprising to me that the share price has fallen back - there has been little new news (other than information about their strategy). We do know though that JWE is launched in a few months and revenue from that will go from the current zero to significant overnight. Then the outside world will realise and react to what most people posting here already know.
makw61: Couldn't resist buying a few more myself on fri. Should see a steady stream of news now to move the share price. Brief mention of FDEV in today's FT, focused on the Tencent stake and with Braben quoted on the Chinese opportunity. I think we all agree that is a big one. Will probably pick up a few more of these on monday if Mr Market continues in manic depressive mood.
nimbo1: V good presentation this am. David is a very nice man and a visonary. He wants to get to 5-10 game franchises. As stated FDEV are moving towards 1 game release a year - so in 2020 there will be five live franchises. The fifth franchise already has the first few people working on it scoping possibilities and the 4th franchise won't be announced for a while and is in development. China is an extremely exciting market because PC sales are going through the roof as the middle classes purchase them. China is hard to navigate - you need permission to launch films and games there - so I assume Tencent as a partner is useful. When they sell a game through these platform c.30% of the revenue goes to the platform. My thoughts only - analysts are conservatively estimating 1-1.5 million copies of JWE are sold. Lets fantasise for a second this was 5 million. 5 mil x £40 = 200 million revenue - 30% = 140 million of revenue achievable over the next coupe of financial years. Imagine @ 10 million?!!! So in 3 years time if there are 5 selling franchises and a new game release every year I think the share price will be higher is my conclusion.
compnews1: The Statement made by FDEV does not sound positive for the H2 result. OK new games coming but that may have been factored in the share price At the end of the day, what profit does it make!. Too expensive share price
culford: PC is having a Steam good winter sale, consistently in the top 5 and often 2nd as now. This is the biggest period of volume sales in the year and to be in this position whilst only discounted by 15% (most games are 33%-67% discounted) is very encouraging. PC is starting its 6th week of full release and it has probably sold 1/2 million games already. Frontier's previous game in this genre, RCT3, sold >10m units. The market is now much bigger and with such a positive reception (reviews >90% positive), it would be surprising if PC did not follow suit. There will also be paid for DLCs to follow as this game is developed over the next 5 or so years. If one took this franchise on its own and assumed, with DLCs, that it generates £30 each over 10m purchasers (core game's price will probably reduce to c£15 in due course), then that is £300m gross, or c£150m net after VAT and distribution costs. That is 50% more than the market value of FDEV, which also has Elite Dangerous (perhaps of similar value over a longer period), £10m in cash, an experienced management team and skilled workforce, the unique Cobra software and many more games to come!! In other words, PC on its own probably warrants a FDEV share price of 450p and the other assets the same again. Not sure what Bamboo thinks of chart now, but this has plenty more upside in 2017 if underlying value is now c900p.
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