The ESPO ETF invests in the world’s largest companies involved in global video game development, eSports, related hardware, and software by aiming to track the performance of the MVIS Global Video Gaming and eSports Index.
Each of the companies included in the index backing ESPO generates at least 50% of the revenues from video gaming and eSports. The index contains 25 companies, however, the top 10 holdings can comprise over 60% of the portfolio weighting.
If an investor is bullish on the gaming sector, the ESPO ETF could form part of a tactical allocation. It offers unique exposure to the world’s largest companies, in addition to the added benefit of geographic diversification.
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