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BRAND THEFT AUTO: Which fictional in-game brands would cut it in the real world?

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By GaryOPA on Aug 21, 2019 at 7:37 PM
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    From Nuka Cola to Sprunk, we reveal the video game brands that wouldn't look out of place on Forbes Most Valuable Brands List.

    Branding is now a big business in this world of ours. Hence it is not a surprise any more to see companies turning over billions of dollars annually. We know so much about some of these brands. The moment we hear their names or some of the stuffs they produce, we instantly know what they are, what their colours are and some of their products.

    You and I know the Coca Cola, the Adidas, The Dell, The Samsung, the Microsoft, e.t.c of this world but what if I said Nuca Cola? Would you know what Nuca Cola is about or what they do? Or maybe Red Rocket? Have you ever heard of those two before now? If you have chances are that you have seen them in video games but probably have little details about them.

    Thanks to the guys at Betway, we all can now know some of the details on the likes of Nuca Cola, Red Rocket and the likes. Betway has created an infographic on the biggest brands in gaming and it promises to be an interesting read.

    Doesn't matter if it is used on Tshirts in the real world, coasters or used purely as marketing tool in games, Bethesda has milked Nuca Cola for all it’s worth, and according to Betway's infographic, they are worth a whole lot. Although Nuca Cola isn't the top rated in-gaming brand, but put side by side with it real world counterpart, it really isn't doing badly.

    Nuca Cola is probably the most recognizable cola brand amongst Video gamers, and Betway has backed this up with impressive figures and stats. According to Betway, Nuca is the 5th most valuable in-game brand with its 73 billion dollars worth. Although it is not regarded as one of video game bigger employees, it isn't even listed amongst the top 15 employees, it still manages to churn out several products that are raking in the profits.

    If you have not already guessed it, Grand Theft Auto is the most popular brand and it is not a surprising especially if you consider the number of fictional brands, and with the popularity and acceptance of it games amongst gamers.

    Red Rocket which is an imaginary oil and gas company in the fallout universe is reportedly worth a whopping 189 billion dollars. This ranks it as the number one in-game brand in the world.


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