CD Projekt reaches a total market cap of $1.6 billion
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CD Projekt reaches a total market cap of $1.6 billion
14 February, 2017
CD Projekt, the parent company of CD Projekt Red, is all about success. The creators of Witcher and Gwent games started 2015 with a share price at 17PLN ($4.18), but then rocketed to a point of 70PLN ($17.20) per share.

NeoGAF member boskee counted some numbers to find out that this leads to a total market cap of more than $1.6 billion, which makes CD Projekt one of the biggest companies in Poland. For example, as of this moment Capcom has a market cap of $1.38 billion. It is an unbelievable growth with Witcher 3, its Hearts of Stone and Blood and Wine expansions, and GOG being a major part of this success. 

PC Gamer did some research to look at other game publishers market caps: 

There is no doubt the company will continue its growth with titles like Cyberpunk 2077 to beat higher caps of Square Enix and Konami. We’ll just have to wait for a year or two.

Source: PC Gamer

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