List of 24 Famous Video Game Company Logos

The gaming industry has seen decreasing start ups from the previous year, slowing down an average of 17%. A total of 25 companies have been able to raise over $126 million, although this has been a far cry from 2008′s record hit of $936.8 million raised in over 112 companies. The growth of online games is expected to increase to an estimated $500 million in revenue from app makers and in game spending. The following listing of video game company logos are from existing businesses that focus on game development.

1st Playable Productions Company Logo

1st Playable Productions Company Logo

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3D Realms Company Logo

3D Realms Company Logo

5th Cell Company Logo

5th Cell Company Logo

Acclaim Entertainment Company Logo

Acclaim Entertainment Company Logo

Activision Company Logo

Activision Company Logo

Atari Company Logo

Atari Company Logo

Avalanche Studios Company Logo

Avalanche Studios Company Logo

Bethesda Softworks Company Logo

Bethesda Softworks Company Logo

Blizzard Entertainment Company Logo

Blizzard Entertainment Company Logo

Capcom Company Logo

Capcom Company Logo

Egosoft Company Logo

Egosoft Company Logo

Electronic Arts Company Logo

Electronic Arts Company Logo

Epic Games Company Logo

Epic Games Company Logo

Firefly Studios Company Logo

Firefly Studios Company Logo

Game Arts Company Logo

Game Arts Company Logo

Interplay Entertainment Company Logo

Interplay Entertainment Company Logo

Konami Company Logo

Konami Company Logo

Nintendo Company Logo

Nintendo Company Logo

Playfirst Company Logo

Playfirst Company Logo

Playfish Company Logo

Playfish Company Logo

PopCap Company Logo

PopCap Company Logo

Sega Company Logo

Sega Company Logo

Triumph Studios Company Logo

Triumph Studios Company Logo

Ubisoft Company Logo

Ubisoft Company Logo

An increase in gesture based control systems have been spreading across the industry while other companies are using back fill strategies to compete against dominant markets. Companies such as GameStop have been looking at digital distribution services for users to access games directly on the internet.