Australia is proving to become one of the major hot-beds for investment into start-ups as an increase in merger and acquisitions are taking pace across the board. Last month Business Standard reported that the Asia-Pacific region had an impressive turn over in buyouts of $11.9 bn in 2015, with Australia carrying the torch with a considerable $10.2 bn.
Understandably these movements are creating waves of interest and intrigue for potential growth and investment for many promising technology companies. The many levels of the gaming industry is surely feeling that the market is ripe with opportunity, with the fantasy rises of the last few years fresh in memory with examples as Minecraft went from barely anything to amassing such popularity that it resulted with a $2.5bn acquisition by Microsoft. Of course, such success stories are a rarity rather than a commodity as the multitude of gaming companies ranging from anything from content management platform developers as Persollo, through invoicing apps as provided by Invoice2go, to various casino game providers.
With these developments fuelling favourable conditions for start-ups and the technology industries, it becomes especially fortunate for the increasingly promising gaming industry. Software gaming companies, such as Microgaming, are experiencing a surge in interest from an investment point of while, while simultaneously improving their services. As the games developed increasingly improve their diversity, technologically, and aesthetically, as is evident with games provided at EuroPalace.com offering competitions and weekend specials. So one might want to keep a keen eye on potential movements on the market for potential investments in firms as Microgaming. The general trend of the last half of the decade is an almost exponential increase in micro-games and their applications in daily life, and as it shows no signs of slowing down it might still be time to explore the veritable haven of tech-start ups in the Australian market of late.
Even though the giants USA and China are still challenging for number 1, however, one have reason for heightened interest looking towards the Asia-Pacific as it is emerging as a mayor playing ground for the global games market. Especially when keeping in mind the “Innovation Fund” which was announced at the end of last year to aid and further boost creativity and start-ups in Australia. These aspects further allow for optimism amongst both the innovators behind gaming companies, as well as investors looking for the right fit. As Euro Palace increase their assortment of available casino games and slots, they also seek to interact their costumers through innovative steps in branching out their approach. A technique we can see with more and more companies applying a more personal touch to their communication. It is this intelligent multilateral approach to providing your costumers needs that in the end is what attracts them, which in turn allows for growth and movements in the market.
As the second quarter of 2016 is in its early stages, keeping a keen eye on technology, software, and gaming industries seem a particularly wise choice when one is looking for a sound investment. After all, the potential is there, its just a matter of having the dice land on the right number for the right start-up. What is definite, is that Australia is the region to explore with its fascinating stock market movements.