Unity Software (NYSE: U) is a technology company that makes it easier for developers to create digital things, such as video games. In this video from Motley Fool Backstage Pass, recorded on Oct. 11, Fool contributor Jose Najarro breaks down how Unity makes money. As we'll hear, most of the company's revenue doesn't come from the development of video games, but rather from services provided after the game has been created.
Although the once white-hot returns of investing guru Cathie Wood's Ark Investment exchange-traded funds have cooled off considerably in 2021, she remains a fairly sharp prognosticator. At various times, she has picked up Sea Limited (NYSE: SE), Unity Software (NYSE: U), and Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) -- and according to three of our Motley Fool contributors, you might want to follow her lead and buy those stocks yourself right now. Eric Volkman (Sea Limited): Budding tech conglomerate Sea Limited is well-positioned to be a powerhouse, as it has not one, not two, but a trio of fast-growing business segments.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 21, 2021--Unity Gaming Services Launches to Simplify Multiplayer Live Games