Robux vs. IPO bux: How many zombie attack bunnies is Roblox worth?

Posted: 12 March 2021 1:23 am
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Popular gaming platform Roblox went public on Wednesday, but what if its $41.9 billion valuation was in Robux?

Gaming platform Roblox went public via a direct listing on Wednesday –– Mario Day for fans of another gaming platform –– earning itself a $41.9 billion valuation after debuting at $64.50 per share.

But we couldn’t help but wonder: What if Roblox’s valuation was in Robux, the platform’s proprietary in-game currency?

Players of Roblox’s games can purchase Robux to personalize their avatars and make other upgrades in the games. Premium memberships are also available for those who want a certain number of Robux to spend during their time on the platform.

According to Roblox’s most recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, 1 Robux is equal to $0.0035. So Roblox is worth 11.97 trillion Robux.

What could you buy in Roblox for 11.97 trillion Robux, you ask? Well, to answer the headline, 5.23 billion zombie attack bunnies*, but here are some other suggestions:

Zombie staffs11.97 billionSummon 2.39 billion zombies to do your bidding
Gravity coils47.88 billionAllow your character to jump really high
Black hole bombs21.76 billionDeliver a combined damage of 5.08 million
Violet Valkyrie helmets239.4 millionBe extraordinarily joyful in victory
Extreme headphones1.6 billionTurn your character into the most punk-rock avatar ever
Killer bee launchers19.95 billionDefeat your foes with a swarm of bees
Starblox lattes95.76 billionCaffeinate!
Healing potions342 billionHeal your character –– a lot
Electro Adidas hoodies122.14 billionMake your character fashionable
Guitars of rock excellence15.96 billionTo rock

Back in reality, RBLX stock has had a solid first trading day. Shares closed Thursday at $73, up 6.33% on the day.

Based on March 11 prices. Subject to change.

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