Since the release of Pokémon GO last week, Nintendo's share price has doubled, making it more valuable than Sony.
Nintendo is now worth £32 billion, up £18 billion in a single week. Sony is worth £29 billion.
The release has added 2.5 trillion yen (£18 billion) to its value since then. The rise meant Nintendo's market capitalisation reached 4.5 trillion yen (£32bn), leading it to overtake Sony, whose value stands at 4.1 trillion yen.
According to The Telegraph, this is the first time Nintendo's stock has overtaken Sony's since 2014.
Nintendo must be swimming in its money like Scrooge McDuck: