Nintendo

At Nintendo we are proud to be working for the leading company in our industry. We are strongly committed to producing and marketing the best products and support services available. We believe it is essential not only to provide products of the highest quality, but to treat every customer with attention, consideration and respect. By listening closely to our customers, we constantly improve our products and services. We feel an equal commitment toward our employees. We want to maintain an atmosphere in which talented individuals can work together as a team. Commitment and enthusiasm are crucial to the high quality of our products and support services. We believe in treating our employees with the same consideration and respect that we, as a company, show our customers.
Type
Public
HQ
Kyoto, JP
Founded
1889
Size (employees)
5,064 (est)
Nintendo was founded in 1889 and is headquartered in Kyoto, JP

Nintendo Office Locations

Nintendo has offices in Kyoto, Redmond, Hong Kong, Seoul and in 14 other locations
Redmond, US
4600 150th Ave NE
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Nintendo Financials and Metrics

Nintendo Financials

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Market capitalization (13-Oct-2017)

47.6 b

Closing share price (13-Oct-2017)

48.3
Nintendo's current market capitalization is $47.6 b.
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Nintendo Market Value History

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Nintendo Online and Social Media Presence

Nintendo News and Updates

3D Gaming Consoles - Market Demand, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2017 - 2022

The Global 3D Gaming Consoles Market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14.2 % during the forecast period 2014-2022. Posted via Industry Today. Follow us on Twitter @IndustryToday

GameStop is getting more SNES Classic Editions

Were you unable to get an SNES Classic Edition when the retro console launched on September 29? You might want to head to a GameStop. The retailer announced that it is getting more of the mini system. Stores in the U.S. are receiving shipments today, while the SNES Classic Edition will be available …

There's a simple reason that Nintendo can't keep up with demand for the SNES Classic and other consoles

There's not much to the Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition, Nintendo's new $80 retro console.  So why's it so hard to find one to buy? When retailers started taking pre-orders of the device in August, they reached their fill almost immediately. When the game machine hit stores late…

Nintendo’s mini SNES has already been hacked to run more games

 Nintendo SNES Classic owners should be glad to learn that more games aren’t out of your reach. Cluster, the Russian coder who originally cracked the NES Classic Edition, has now figured out how to side-load more games to the SNES CE through his Hakchi tool. With the release of Hakchi v2.20, users c…

News crew attempts to film launch of Super Nintendo Classic, but no one showed up

The days of standing in line for new technology releases are apparently over, thanks internet. Fox 5 out of San Diego attempted to run an exciting clip on the release of Nintendo's new NES Classic edition at a local Best Buy, but things didn't quite go as planned. There wasn't a big stampede o…

Nintendo bumps Switch production to meet holiday demand

 If you were worried you might not be able to pick up a Switch for your loved one (i.e. yourself) in the forthcoming holiday festival of consumerism, worry not. Or a little less, anyway. Nintendo is looking to up its production to 2 million units per month. Read More
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Nintendo Company Life and Culture

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