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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Frontier Developments Plc LSE:FDEV London Ordinary Share GB00BBT32N39 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -20.00 -1.11% 1,780.00 1,784.00 1,790.00 1,824.00 1,754.00 1,754.00 57,699 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 76.1 16.2 41.3 43.1 700

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21/6/2021
20:30
Hi all, I have provided a write up of Frontier’s latest results and growth outlook on my website available below. Not personally a holder, however I think there is a good opportunity at these levels :hxxps://www.thetwentiestrader.com/post/frontier-developments-a-gaming-growth-story
thetwentiestrader
21/6/2021
13:10
Nobody should be married to a share. Investing is serious. Anyone who does their own investing should learn to read a chart. Get yourself a free months SharePad and follow the videos. Anyone constantly giving negative comments on a board is either a short seller or a moron with some weird axe to grind and needs to get a girlfriend. I hold FDEV but now it's dropped below support and I might take my profits and move in
davelakes
20/6/2021
18:53
Fledgling Ignore that guy - stick him on filter. Have a look at his posting history and you can see that there is clearly some personal issue which he has with the company. No normal investor posts solely on one board with only negative views over such a long period of time Adam
adamb1978
20/6/2021
10:48
Someone who is negative on a share but constantly posts does have an axe to grind or an outcome in mind to achieve. Most normal posters would sell and move on and pop back every so often to take a look, or keep it on a watch list. FDEV is on my watch, will likely rejoin one day. I have grown fond of FDEV over the years but the current state of play makes me too cautious to buy.
p1nkfish
20/6/2021
09:40
@YankHanson, Copyright is something that is automatically granted to the developer on the code and assets in the game. It has absolutely nothing to do with IP ownership. Every single game Frontier has ever produced for a third party will have a copyright to either David Braben himself (for the early games) or the company either on the box or in the game manual. It doesn't mean they own any of those IPs. IP ownership is assigned based upon the level of funding of the project and negotiation with the publisher. It is not automatically granted to the developer. Also the Gametek thing. David Braben sued Gametek/Take Two for releasing the game too early and won. You sure have a warped view of history Yank but then you are a troll with an axe to bear so it's not to be unexpected.
fledgling1nvestor
19/6/2021
22:01
YH, I couldn't care less. Was lucky enough to ride this from 1.98 to just short of 34. It will get its mojo back, just a matter of time. Will look to buy when I think appropriate.
p1nkfish
19/6/2021
21:37
scooper7217 Lemnis Gate belongs to the developer, not Frontier. "Lemnis Gate © 2021 Ratloop Games Canada."
yankhanson
19/6/2021
21:30
Sogoesit, for Frontier Foundry earnings estimates, you could start by looking at single release so far, title Struggling - price £11.99 but often discounted to £5.99. It entered the Steam chart around #150 and inside a week had dropped out of the top 500, and to my knowledge never returned.
yankhanson
18/6/2021
19:01
@scooper72, Yeah definitely seems to be getting a lot of positive feedback from those who took part in the preview event and also from their viewers in the comments sections who seem excited for it too. With an open beta in July and a low pricepoint I think it will do well. Of course that low pricepoint also means they'd need to sell a lot of units for it to contribute to their FY22 revenues in a significant way. Time travel FPS is a new enough sub-genre that it stands a good chance of doing very well, it's only really competing against Quantum League which is similar but different enough so as not to be compared on a one to one basis. Also Quantum League is PC only right now, but with plans to release on consoles at some point this year. Lemnis Gate is likely to pip them to the post on consoles.
fledgling1nvestor
18/6/2021
18:16
Often the more a chart hits support and bounces off at reduced volume the more likely a breach. A little like a bouncing ball it might ultimately settle flat at support - hopefully. Could be strong support, we will find out.
p1nkfish
18/6/2021
17:57
Hi p1nfish If its bounce off these levels 5 times, why do you think it would not do so a 6th time? I'm not really a chartist though, and would buy more if it dropped towards £20! Adam
adamb1978
18/6/2021
11:59
This is about the 6th time it has hit current support (approx) since Nov 2020. Without volume on the buy it will likely fall beneath it to the next level. To me that looks highly likely unless some news perks it up considerably.
p1nkfish
18/6/2021
11:55
If you can buy and forget for a good while all will come out well. Unfortunately the wider market mood music has shifted a little so everyone will be fighting that. Buy and ignore else could easily see another 10% or more price erosion imho. No ones fault, stuff shifts & happens.
p1nkfish
18/6/2021
11:21
Cheers. Either way. Looks like a cool game for them to be involved in.
scooper72
18/6/2021
10:15
@scooper72, It's a collaboration. According to Ratloop Games' news section they were 2 years into development on 19th June 2020 (making tomorrow their third anniversary) and were self-funding it as an indie game before Frontier came on board as their publisher in 2020. IP ownership probably remains with Ratloop if Frontier are only funding the back third of the production costs although marketing will have a cost too. That said Frontier could potentially have purchased the IP rights if they reimbursed all of Ratloop's costs from the first 2 years as part of the publishing agreement. We can't really know for sure who owns the rights.
fledgling1nvestor
18/6/2021
05:04
Is a newish genre "time travel fps". Clockstoppers and Quantum League already exist. However Lemnis Gate looks like it could be better than these Debate about it herehttps://youtu.be/PScc_s2SDvE
ck1111
17/6/2021
22:24
Brilliant concept. Has anyone come up with a game strategy like that before? Does the whole game belong to Frontier or is it a collaboration?
scooper72
17/6/2021
18:21
TA looks weak. Time to load up will come, but not yet imho, dyor etc.
p1nkfish
17/6/2021
18:08
and anotherhttps://youtu.be/uL3JJvzFjX4now I'll stop :)
ck1111
17/6/2021
17:40
Lemnis Gate looks promising IMO...https://youtu.be/O1yCb79cN9s
ck1111
15/6/2021
10:44
After testing the support at 23 there was a pivot yesterday and now two bullish indicators. A good entry / top up point with stop loss at 21.4Not advice. I have a position. Do your own DD
davelakes
14/6/2021
19:48
Interesting Notification of Major Interest RNS. Swedbank Robur have increased their position from a 7.1% stake to an 8.06% stake. I have to wonder where those 423,174 shares came from as the market is a little too illiquid to find that many on the open market. That's a £10m purchase right there. I guess some people have confidence in FDEV. EDIT: I guess they could have been building them up for some time, they didn't need to declare until they passed the 8% landmark.
fledgling1nvestor
14/6/2021
18:26
Great! Thanks for feedback, and education, Fledgling.
sogoesit
14/6/2021
16:59
In a publisher/developer relationship usually the publisher gains ownership of the IP upon completion of the project but this really depends on how far along the project is. A publisher covering all costs from inception is very a different scenario to coming in part way through development (as with Lemnis Gate) or publishing a sequel of a pre-existing IP (FAR: Changing Tides). Most likely in such situations the developer will retain the IP but need to guarantee the publisher an exclusive license to commission a sequel for that IP for X years. If the publisher doesn't exercise that option by the deadline the distribution rights revert back to the developer which is likely what happened with the publishers of FAR: Lone Sails, they didn't commit to funding a sequel by the lapse deadline so Okomotive found someone who would.
fledgling1nvestor
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