Epic Games Stock

epicgames.comConsumer & Lifestyle / GamingFounded: 1991Funding to Date: $1.58B

Epic Games, founded in 1991 by Tim Sweeney, is an interactive entertainment company that specializes in the development and distribution of video games, as well as the provision of 3D engine technology. Epic Games has developed and published games such as Fortnite, Gears of War, and Unreal Tournament. In addition to its gaming activities, the company also provides 3D engine technology, with its flagship product, Unreal Engine. Epic Games is headquartered in Cary, North Carolina.

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Management Team

Daniel Vogel
Chief Operating Officer
Randy Gelber
Chief Financial Officer
Tim Sweeney
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Chairman
Kim Libreri
Chief Technology Officer

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News Highlights

Epic Games Store Launches Rewards Program
Epic announced it has launched a rewards program for its PC storefront called Epic Rewards. Users can earn 5% back in rewards for every eligible purchase they make on the Epic Games Store starting today.
The Epic Games Store starts giving users five percent credit back on purchases
Starting today, every time you buy something from the Epic Games Store, you'll get five percent of the value of your purchase back in store credit. The new program is called Epic Rewards.
Fortnite Maker Epic Games to Power More Auto Displays
Automobile technology provider ECARX is partnering with videogame maker Epic Games to bring interactive, 3-D graphics to driver dashboards and other in-car screens. The deal, expected to be announced today, will give ECARX access to Epic’s Unreal Engine, a software development framework used for videogame creation and in filmmaking.
Updated on: Dec 8, 2023


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