Developers and Publishers

EA tells staff a statement decrying the abortion ban wouldn’t be ‘inclusive’

Video game publisher and developer Electronic Arts has reportedly informed its employees that it does not plan to issue a statement condemning a potential Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. This would see the company follow the steps of Sony Interactive Entertainment and Reality Labs parent company Meta …

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EA is trying to sell itself to a streaming giant, reports say

TL; DR: A new report claims that Electronic Arts has entered a booming market thanks to game publishers. He has spoken with Amazon, Apple and Disney about a potential acquisition and even pursued a merger with NBCUniversal. Around $100 billion has been spent on game studios and publishers over the …

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Huawei GalleryApp Vulnerability Offers Paid Android Apps for FREE

Huawei GalleryApp apparently has a vulnerability that gives paid Android apps for free after a bit of tinkering under the Chinese phone maker’s official app market. (Photo: FRED DUFOUR/AFP via Getty Images)In this photo taken on May 27, 2019, a Huawei logo is displayed at a retail store in Beijing. …

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GGTOOR, Inc., (OTCMKTS: GTOR) Announces MD&A

THOMASVILLE, Ga., May 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NewMediaWire — GGTOOR, Inc., (OTCMKTS: GTOR) (“GGTOOR, Inc.”, “GTOR” or the “Company”), an emerging leader in the esports markets, last week announced our six events this week attracted a combined total of over 1,100 player registrations, including this month’s Pokemon VGC …

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How Lost Ark can remove the bots once and for all to save the game

Bots topped some of the major issues that plagued the western version of Lost Ark. Right after the game launched, players noticed the first instances of bots. Since then, their numbers have steadily increased despite their escalating fight against Amazon Games. The publishers recently released all the steps they have …

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For Indie Game Developers, Bash.gg Set to Cut Platform Fees and Scam Middlemen with a New Platform | Business

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 13, 2022– Bash, a new platform for desktop and web game developers to fund and distribute video games, has called for developers to join its inaugural cohort. Bash’s intention is to make the funding, publishing, distribution, and ownership of online PC game development more fair and open. …

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Nintendo Indie World Stream set for Wednesday, here’s how to watch

A Nintendo Indie World presentation, the Nintendo Direct-style presentation focusing specifically on indie games, is on the way. This one arrives on Wednesday, May 11. The presentation will begin at 7:00 a.m. PT / 10:00 a.m. ET and will feature approximately 20 minutes of information about indie games for the …

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Effective Software Testing: A Developer’s Guide (Manning)

This book reveals a systemic and effective approach to software testing aimed at making the entire development process more efficient. .Dr. Maurício Aniche looks at how to customize your test coverage and find bugs in tricky cases. The book presents techniques from proven software engineering research, and each chapter puts …

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The 6 biggest video games coming in May 2022

2022 is an exciting year for gamers, despite the number of major delays and the lack of announcements regarding highly anticipated titles like God of War Ragnarök. Despite the cancellation of E3 2022 and other industry uncertainties, the next two months are sure to be filled with updates, announcements, and …

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Elon Musk’s Twitter purchase raises concern among game developers

Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter for $44 billion this week raised concerns about the future of the social media platform, and game developers joined the conversation to voice their doubts. Although Twitter is not the most popular social media site, it has become an essential tool for individual entrepreneurs and …

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PAX East 2022 was a refreshingly intimate affair between gamers and independents

PAX East was held at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center this weekend for the first time since March 2020. Developers, gamers, and publishers returned, not in droves, but with temptations. Despite vaccine and mask requirements at the convention center, the COVID-19 pandemic is not over and its impact on …

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Live Service Games Explained with Examples

You may have heard the term Live service games lately, but do you know what these games are and how they work? Few people do, but if you’re a gamer, we think it’s important to know these things. Right now, several major video game companies are betting heavily on live …

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DuckDuckGo browsers and extensions now protect against AMP tracking

Privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo says it will ‘protect’ against webpage tracking with Google Accelerated Mobile Pages Framework (or AMP) enabled. “When loading or sharing a Google AMP page anywhere from DuckDuckGo apps (iOS/Android/Mac) or extensions (Firefox/Chrome), the original publisher’s web page will be used instead. instead of the Google AMP …

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People on the Move: key events in the North East and promotions of the week

Mediaworks has appointed Helen Whitfield as its group’s Chief Delivery Officer. She joins the digital agency with 30 years of experience leading transformational processes for successful global operators. Most recently, she was COO at NBS, which became a pioneer and disruptor in the construction industry with its SAAS platform. Ms …

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Tencent will block access to international games in China

The decision is in line with Chinese regulatory measures, although Tencent also benefits. Media behemoth Tencent has announced that it will block Chinese gamers from playing international games from May 2022, Reuters says in a new report. The change is part of the company’s next round of updates to Tencent’s …

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China becomes the top app publisher, overtaking the United States for the first time in history

Video game fans at the NetEase booth at an exhibition in Shanghai. [Photo provided to China Daily] China overtook the United States for the first time to dominate a new list of the world’s top 52 app publishers, with 17 domestic companies earning spots on the annual list of top …

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Here’s how to download and play

Street CarX is a new open-world title in the CarX Franchisewhich has become quite popular on all platforms with games like CarX drift racing. CarX TechnologiesCarX Street developers and publishers have released a first preview of the game as well as an open beta for iOS devices. The game offers …

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How Xbox Game Pass Helped Guardians of the Galaxy Meet Developer Expectations

The Guardians of the Galaxy video game has had a strange journey since its release in late 2021. The required quality and execution has helped the game fit in well with the gaming community. However, according to an internal Square Enix meeting, sales of the game fell short of expectations. …

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League Of Legends Creator Called To Remove Mask Mandate

Photo: Josh Lefkowitz (Getty Images) League of Legends Maker Riot Games is back in the office starting this week and not everyone is happy about it, according to a new report from Waypoint. following local guidelinesthe Los Angeles-based company dropped its mandates for vaccines and masks even as covid-19 continues …

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Harnessing the esports market to curb the outflow of gaming dollars

KARACHI: There is a craze among young Pakistanis for esports such as fighting games, and the creation of esports franchises like Galaxy Racer would keep the dollars young people spend on esports in the country. “You can’t take the screen (mobile, tablet or computer) from young people and they are …

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Enter the Dragon showcases Chinese gaming talent

Independent video game publisher Pixmain found Enter the dragon, its inaugural event featured on Steam that will showcase the latest games and upcoming releases developed in mainland China and Taiwan. The week-long event aims to spotlight both indie games and the latest blockbusters to come out. Enter the dragon takes …

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How iSpot uses tech-driven ad analytics to challenge TV industry stalwart Nielsen

iSpot’s chief technology officer, Anthony Skinner, talks about the Seattle-area company’s TV advertising analytics at a recent NBCUniversal developer conference. (Screenshot via NBCUniversal video) Most online publishers and advertisers are used to real-time analytics, the ability to see how many people are viewing a website or app at any given …

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Xbox Game Pass Family Sharing Reportedly Under Development, Release Date Coming Soon

Microsoft would bring a feature that parents with Xbox consoles are asking for: Xbox Game Pass Family Sharing. According to a report from Windows Central, trusted sources have revealed that an Xbox Game Pass family plan, which other subscription services like Nintendo Switch Online and Netflix have, will arrive later …

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Gaming, a key growth driver for big tech

Maskot/DigitalVision via Getty Images By Hilary Frisch, CFA Video games have become big business Video games are becoming one of the main recreational activities in the world. Unlike most other entertainment content, video games create a social and interactive experience that gives gamers a chance to compete and cultivate their …

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Ubisoft’s Patrick Bach and Christian Holmqvist talk about Scalar

Ubisoft recently showcased a new technology, Scalar, at the Game Developers Conference (GDC) 2022. Developed by Ubisoft Stockholm, the technology uses cloud computing to break through hardware limitations and divide different components into modules, each independent of each other. others but working together. Modularity allows various elements to be added …

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The Saudi game company is well-funded and controversial

The head of a new multi-billion dollar gaming conglomerate backed by the Saudi government’s sovereign wealth fund says it is a real business and not a reputation booster for the controversial kingdom. Driving the news: The Savvy Gaming Group burst into public view in January with a announcement of the …

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Netflix Subscribers Get More Free Mobile Games This Month

by Netflix The game library is growing every month as the streaming service signs new partnerships with mobile game developers and publishers. The latest batch of games coming to Netflix subscribers includes a variety of genres but is only made by two studios. The first two games hit the Netflix …

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Creative Ad-Tech Pioneer Relentlo Extends Game Capabilities to Metaverse

Relentlo, Inc. Our new products help automate the process for games and brands and evolve our offerings. BERKELEY, CA (PRWEB) March 21, 2022 Relentlo, a creative advertising technology platform delivering immersive, non-disruptive in-game advertising that enables brands to reach over 2.5 billion gamers globally, will showcase its core technology …

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Humble Games Publishing Farming RPG Coral Island

Humble Games has announced that it will release Coral Islandan environment-focused farming RPG set to arrive later this year. A little over a year ago, Coral Island was revealed as an upcoming game that was heading to Kickstarter. The first gameplay video showed pretty much everything you’d want to see …

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Dr Disrespect is selling NFT beta access to his game that doesn’t exist yet

In December 2021, Dr. Disrespect, aka Guy Beahm, co-founded a new game studio called Midnight Society with former Call of Duty creative strategist Robert Bowling and Halo 5 multiplayer designer Quinn Delhoyo. What exactly the studio is doing has yet to be revealed, beyond promising it will be “the most …

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10 games that ran out of budget before the end

As many professionals can attest, video game development is a grueling and arduous process. Often things don’t go as planned, and many games need additional time and funding to get to a shippable state. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon for publishers to turn down requests from developers for more time and/or …

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Coin Master Free Spins and Coin Links Today, March 12, 2022: Get Free Spins Now!

Coin Master Free Spins & Coin Links Today, March 12, 2022: Want to complete your buildings faster with extra spins? Then check out these links shared by the developers to get free spins and coins. Coin Master Free Spins and Coin Links Today, March 12, 2022: Coin Master has reached …

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Gamescom 2022 returns with physical event alongside opening night live from Keighley

Geoff Keighley has reportedly signed a new contract with gamescom for its annual pre-show alongside the return of a physical event in August. Gamescom is traditionally one of the biggest all-year gaming events in the world. We’ve seen the convention center in Cologne, Germany gather hundreds of thousands of attendees …

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Future Games Show returns March 24 with over 40 games

The recurring Future Games Show is back! GamesRadar announced on Tuesday that the Future Games Show is on its way and will return on March 24. This year’s Spring Showcase will feature over 40 games, including eight different games that will be revealed for the very first time. “The Future …

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Activision Blizzard, Epic Games and more are cutting Russia

The global business community increasingly tends to single out Russia for its war in Ukraine, and video games are no exception. Even though NATO and NATO-aligned forces have yet to engage in direct combat, economy-shattering sanctions have cut Russia off from goods and services that many of us take for …

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The Settlers release date delayed indefinitely due to fan feedback

The Settlers release date is delayed indefinitely following critical fan feedback from the game’s closed beta sessions. Closed beta testing was opened earlier in January, allowing Ubisoft to receive feedback from fans of the game. After nearly a month of testing, it has been determined that the game is still …

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BitSummit X-Roads scheduled for August 6-7

BitSummit 2022 will be held from August 6 to 7 at Kyoto International Exhibition Hall Miyakomesse under the name “BitSummit X-Roads”, the organizing committee of BitSummit announcement. 2022 marks the 10th anniversary of BitSummit. Day one will be a business-only day open to Japan-based developers, publishers, media, and sponsors, while …

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OnePlus TVs to get a handful of games from JioGames

As gaming becomes mainstream, gamers increasingly prefer large screens for gaming. It is inevitable that TV brands will take advantage of the trend. OnePlus TV, which has just launched two new models in the Indian market, in a bid to further break into the market, has announced a partnership with …

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Dates, schedule, location and more

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail After the tech titans start the year at CES and MWC, it’s time for gamers to party. This usually happens at E3, but the last two years have upended their plans due to the ongoing pandemic, so we have to ask ourselves: …

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Elden Ring is here, again demonstrating that it should be easier to try before you buy

Elden Ring is out now, the latest in the critically acclaimed but often esoteric Soulsborne genre. From Software’s notoriously difficult games tend to be love-or-hate affairs, but several notable voices in games say this one is more accessible and less off-putting, and deserves a chance even from those who’ve struggled. …

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Horizon’s planning team desperately needs a schedule

Horizon Zero Dawn and Forbidden West came out just before other more critically acclaimed open-world games, but that’s not a downside. The Guerrilla Games team that recently picked the release date for Forbidden Horizon West should seriously consider investing in a calendar. the Horizon the series is now two-for-two on …

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Despite clashes in the past, Mozilla partners with Meta on interoperable private attribution

MozillaCommentthe developer of Firefox and Meta AI (formerly Facebook), have had a long-running rivalry, with the former calling out the latter over the company’s abysmal record on privacy and security. However, Mozilla recently announced that it is working with Meta by adopting Interoperable Private Attribution, or IPA. API is a …

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Mintegral has joined Chartboost’s Helium as a new tendering partner

“Our partnership with Helium by Chartboost is an important milestone for us, and we are extremely excited to see what we can accomplish together,” said Mintegral GM of Americas, jeff sue. “The integration of Helium by Chartboost is a significant win for our partners and further expands our ability to …

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Who won the big game? ; Who lost the Olympics? – AdExchange

Here’s today’s roundup of AdExchanger.com news… Want it by email? Register here. Score the Super Bowl Viewers who watched Super Bowl ads on Sunday were three times more likely to seek out these advertisers online compared to daily primetime TV, the research found. Data published Monday morning by EDO. I …

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Tremor International Stock: Cheap Valuation (NYSE: TRMR)

peepo/E+ via Getty Images “People love answers, but only as long as they’ve found them.” – Criss Jami Today we take an in-depth look at an interesting overseas-based tech/advertising game. The company has a solid balance sheet and appears to be reasonably valued. The company listed in the United States …

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Dead Island 2 is confirmed to be “in active development”

Editor deep silver confirmed on website game radar than the long-awaited dead island 2 is “under active development”. As unbelievable as it sounds, nearly a decade after it was originally announced, we may actually have dead island 2 to look forward to. Leak Tom Henderson previously pointed to its development, …

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Google and WPP chiefs debate the inherent value of data for marketing

There’s no denying that some ad tech companies have abused the data (and collection methodologies) that internet users have so far passed on blindly. But the contradiction of that reality to how it is perceived by two of the world’s leading players unfolded Wednesday at the IAB’s annual leaders meeting …

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The BizVibe Stock Music Company analysis highlights key insights in the area of ​​key industry trends and challenges, risk of doing business, geographic relevance, and category influence.

NEW YORK, February 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The latest analysis from BizVibe, a leading business news platform, provides detailed information on hundreds of stock music companies and thousands of sound recording companies worldwide. BizVibe’s insights into stock music companies highlights the influence AI adoption is expected to have in the …

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Indie Live Expo 2022 expands to two days in May

Indie Live Expo 2022 aims to raise the bar after every previous Indie Live Expo set viewership records. The winter 2021 event set a new record of 13.9 million viewers worldwide. The event featured over 560 tracks, including composer reveal Persona Shoji Megurothe new title Fire armsPlatinum Games Inc. Soil …

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Steam will let users see how much space a game is taking up before trying to install it

A new Steam update now tells users how much space a game will take up before trying to install it on their system. To smoke has become one of the best-known places for PC gamers to purchase and play their games. Not only does the platform host some of the …

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PubMatic Names Lashanne Phang Global Mobile Leader

PubMatic has appointed Lashanne Phang as Senior Director of Mobile to focus on growing the company’s global mobile business. In her new role, Phang (pictured) will relocate to California and build on the important global brand and publisher relationships she has developed and explore potential new opportunities. This …

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More major game deals in ‘final stages of negotiations’

Massive acquisitions in the video game industry have continued in the new year, and Geoff Keighley teases that more are on the way. Sony’s purchase of destiny and Halo Developer Bungie this week is the latest in a recent trend of massively lucrative acquisitions of video game companies. Two weeks …

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Hitman 3 Publisher tries to offer compensation on Steam

After Blowback, IO Interactive offers Hitman upgrades thanks to negative Steam reviews Thanks to Hitman 3 being full price on Steam, there’s been a lot of backlash against the game. Normally going full price is fine, but it’s been out on the Epic Game Store for a year. And also, …

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DSA trialogue: Six things negotiators need to do right

Next week, EU negotiators will launch final negotiations on the Digital Services Act (DSA) proposal. The DSA will define what users can see, how consumers shop and interact online. It will oversee the operation of digital services and moderate content seamlessly for years to come. Ambitiously, European legislators want to …

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What is the state of esports in San Antonio? KSAT explains

SAN ANTONIO – Some consider it a mere hobby or pastime, perhaps even unproductive. But the idea that playing video games can’t create opportunities is starting to be a thing of the past thanks to the growing popularity of esports. Competitive video game players can now win huge cash prizes …

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Webtoons are growing as a tool for the entertainment industry to develop intellectual property

January. 24. 2022 Settings Entertainment and the arts 2022-01-24 18:13 Webtoons are growing as a tool for the entertainment industry to develop intellectual property The BTS-inspired webtoon series, ‘7FATES: CHAKHO’ / Courtesy of Naver Webtoon By Park Han-solDay by day, it becomes more and more difficult to define “webtoons” simply …

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How to watch PLAYISM Game Show 2022

Japan’s oldest independent publisher, PLAYISM, has announced that it is hosting the next edition of its direct-style live game showcase, PLAYISM Game Show, this weekend. PLAYISM says the showcase will be a two-hour live event that will be featured in English, Japanese and Chinese on Youtube as well as other …

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The cosmic jolt can’t fall by the wayside

Sponge Bob SquarePants has long been one of the most popular cartoons on television, positioning its titular protagonist as a mascot for the entire Nickelodeon network. Following the death of creator Stephen Hillenberg in 2018, several spin-off shows have been greenlit to further capitalize on this success, including the prequel …

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As esports grows, so do investment opportunities – Growth

The popularity of esports has grown exponentially over the past couple of years as gamers and viewers increase. A good example is at the end of 2021, the League of Legends World Championship Finals brought together a record audience of 4 million people. With the increase in esports audiences and …

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Valve Steam Deck: Still Available in February, Company Updates “In Time” Shipping for Purchases

Valve’s Steam Deck is coming to users who purchased the mobile console through pre-orders, and it’s still on track for its February arrival. An update by the Valve team ensures that the Steam Deck is on time for its deliveries in the month of love of 2022, after its previous …

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Xbox Game Releases – January 10-16

The holidays are now over, and it looks like game developers and publishers are wasting no time in getting their games into the hands of the public. Next week, 11 games are coming to Xbox, including Spelunky 2 and The Anacrusis. The two big releases, Spelunky 2 and The Anacrusis, …

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Intel Arc Graphics is getting closer to launch at CES 2022

The 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has just started and Intel has already made some big enough announcements to kick off. In addition to its new line of Alder Lake desktop and mobile chips, Intel has also decided to share an update on its upcoming consumer high-performance graphics product. The …

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Super Mario Fans Aren’t Satisfied With Luigi’s “Dusty” Wii Render

Super Mario fans aren’t happy with Luigi’s “dusty Wii render” that was used recently for Nintendo’s New Years Celebration Tweet. As we move into 2022, developers and publishers love to celebrate by posting artwork or screenshots that tease new projects or just celebrate that we’ve entered a new year. Nintendo …

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10 worst PC to console ports, ranked

While technology has gotten to the point where most games released are optimized for each published platform, there was a time when some games could only be done justice on a PC. PCs allowed developers to push graphics and narrative boundaries while consoles were more affordable, accessible, and allowed immediate …

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South Korea reportedly asked Apple and Google to remove winning games from app stores

South Korean fans of video games using the play-to-earn (P2E) model may soon find it difficult to play their favorite titles. The government’s Game Management Committee (GMC) has reportedly asked major digital stores, such as the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, to remove games that fall into this …

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Digital Turbine announces strategic partnership with Google

AUSTIN, Texas, December 28, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Digital Turbine, Inc. (Nasdaq: APPS), a leading independent mobile growth and monetization platform, today announced a multi-year strategic partnership with Google that accelerates Digital Turbine’s product and growth strategy to support the Android ecosystem by enabling nearly a billion devices to …

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PS5’s next-gen PSVR headset to drop jaws in 2022

Gamers can be a strange breed, you know? It is an industry based on technological innovation: it is a beautiful mix of computers and entertainment. I don’t know about you, but I love this hobby because it never stops: the games we play, the consoles we use – they’re constantly …

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Monster Hunter Rise PC Could Benefit From Cross-Backups

I have to make them cross-backups Okay, what I’m about to say might be an unpopular opinion. Although I’m sure others will agree with me 100%. Capcom is doing Monster Hunter Rise for PC a disservice by not enabling cross-save. The same could be said for cross-play, but I don’t …

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Chicory publisher Tunic says indie games are getting absurdly expensive to make

Rebekah Saltsman loves making games. Enough that even though she and her husband Adam have a successful independent publishing business in Finji, they still want to set aside time and space for their own projects where they can. Even in spite of an increasingly complex, busy and extremely expensive industry. …

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Top 7 Metaverse Coins With Market Cap Under $ 100 Million – The VR Soldier

Low market cap projects are extremely attractive to investors looking to get started early for high potential gains. While low valuation Metaverse coins mean higher risk to your investment, it’s much easier to see big payoffs with smaller projects. This article lists our top five Metaverse coins with a low …

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The game that redefined “free-to-play”

Warframe is one of those games that everyone ends up playing. This is mentioned in passing, and two days later everyone in the party is farming Void Relics, slaying Eidolons, or helping their friend with a bullet jump. It’s contagious, satisfying to play, and rewarding in its niche. With over …

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Don’t Nod Entertainment: DONTNOD UNVEILS ITS NEW NARRATIVE GAME IN CO-PRODUCTION WITH PORTAPLAY RELEASED IN 2022 ON NINTENDO SWITCH AND PC

Teaser available to watch now! Paris, December 15, 2021 – DONTNOD Entertainment, independent French studio that creates, develops and publishes video games, is very proud to present to you Gerda: a flame in winter. Unveiled this evening at the Nintendo Indie World Showcase, this brand new narrative game is developed …

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Pokimane calls for boycott of Activision Blizzard

During one of his streams, Pokimane discussed current events in the video game industry with his fans. As expected, the discussion eventually fell to the topic of Activision Blizzard. She was talking about what she thought of the game publisher when one of her fans asked her a question. “What …

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Smartphone adoption spurs increase in number of gaming startups in India

New Delhi: The pandemic has sped up gaming around the world and in India the increase in gaming time on smartphones has spurred the growth of hardcore gamers, although casual gaming remains the most popular genre. Affordable smartphones, a young population and a new generation of developers and designers have …

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“Slitterhead” Game Rewards Reveal What Horror Needs: “Silent Hill” Should Stay Dead

silent Hill is a dead franchise and that’s exactly what it should remain so Konami must participate. At this year’s Game Awards, the original creator of the iconic horror series, Keiichiro Toyama, announced a mysterious project known as Slitterhead. Although the parallels between this and silent Hill are largely superficial …

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The Game Awards 2021: times, broadcast, how to watch it online, and what to expect

The rewards of the game is back in 2021 to assign the best video games, Developers, Publishers, and Artists of the Year and feature new world premieres, trailers, and announcements of upcoming titles (and even movies like Sonic 2 or Matrix 4). Tonight, December 9, the event created and hosted …

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MonetizeMore wins 2021 Google Customer Satisfaction Award (GCPP)

VANCOUVER, BC, December 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – MonetizeMore, a leading monetization partner for web publishers and app developers, received the CSAT (Customer Satisfaction) award at the Google Certified Publishing Partner Summit 2021, in addition to the Google Innovation Award in 2020. MonetizeMore Wins CSAT Award at 2021 Google …

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Qualcomm and Razer launch Snapdragon G3x portable gaming device

Qualcomm and Razer have just announced their new collaborative achievement: a portable gaming platform called Snapdragon G3X, with the two companies calling it a “development kit” for now. Many people have commented on how similar the platform is to the ever popular Nintendo Switch console. Qualcomm being the “benchmark” company …

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Activision studio drops at least 12 Call of Duty QA testers

At least 12 quality assurance contractors from Raven Software, one of Call of Duty’s major development studios, were laid off today. More QA contractors could lose their jobs next week. According to The Washington Post, Activision previously told testers to expect a move to a new recruiting partner, Volt, which …

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10 game announcements we want to see in the 2021 Game Awards

The Game Awards 2021 are one of the video game industry‘s most prestigious events this year. TGA 2021 celebrates what the industry has accomplished this year and recognizes the best games and workers in the industry. But of course, it’s also a great place for developers and publishers to showcase …

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Banco Galicia, one of the largest banks and financial service providers in Argentina, secures its mobile application via Appdome

Appdome’s code-less platform enabled the bank to integrate security into its CI / CD pipeline and apply developer best practices to the process of adding security features to their application. REDWOOD CITY, California, November 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Appdome, the leader in codeless mobile application security and fraud …

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Italian competition regulator fines Google and Apple for ‘aggressive’ data practices

The Italian competition regulator has fined Apple and Google 10 million euros each for what it calls “aggressive” data practices and for failing to provide consumers with clear information on the data. commercial uses of their personal data during the account creation phase. The Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del …

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Consolidation of lawsuits against Facebook, Apple and Google for “gambling conspiracy”

Posted: Nov 25, 2021, 6:35 a.m. Last update on: November 25, 2021, 6:35 a.m. Philippe conneller Read more A series of lawsuits against Facebook, Apple and Google alleging illegal gambling have been consolidated into one main complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. Twenty-five complainants …

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Accessibility in games is both a challenge and an opportunity, report shows – TechCrunch

The gaming community, developers and publishers are starting to make accessibility a staple of their business and hobby, but there is still a long way to go. A report on the needs and habits of disabled gamers in the UK suggests that millions of people around the world regularly experience …

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New Zombie Apocolypse-Z play area is open for early access

Emma McCandless November 20, 2021 – 7:37 PM Zone-Z, the new zombie apocalypse game is now available worldwide for early access testing only on android devices. There is currently no iOS version available for the Early Access period. No word was given on the possibility of either. However, when the …

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How Facebook and Google Fund Global Disinformation

There were hundreds of them, accumulating tens of thousands of engagements and hundreds of thousands of views. In early November, MIT Technology Review found dozens of fake duplicate live videos from this time period. A duplicate pair with over 200,000 and 160,000 views, respectively, proclaimed in Burmese: “I am the …

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Africa Games Week arrives in Cape Town in December> NAG

Press release African Games Week is the largest gathering of African game developers in the world; this year, bringing together over 200 developers and 200 other content creators from across the continent. Africa Games Week 2021 will be a hybrid event that will take place live in Cape Town on …

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After winning tens of millions on Roblox, Warner places another in-game investment bet

Warner Music Group moved significantly closer to the gaming world in 2021. The music company’s first step into space this year came in January, when it invested in children’s play phenomenon Roblox in January. Warner joined a $ 520 million Series H investment round in Roblox Corporation at a purchase …

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Pokémon NFT game petition wants Nintendo to use Pikachu Inu coin

The petitioners want a Pokémon NFT game to collaborate with the creators of the cryptocurrency Pikachu Inu, Charizard Inu, Blastoise Inu and Mewtwo Inu. A Pokemon Petition asks Nintendo to use cryptocurrency called Pikachu Inu in project Pokemon NFT game, and it doesn’t exactly sound like something the notoriously mainstream …

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WILDBRAIN SPARK EXPANDS FROM YOUTUBE TO METAVERSE, BECOMING THE EXCLUSIVE ADVERTISING PARTNER OF GAMEFAM, THE SENIOR PUBLISHER OF ROBLOX

The partnership gives brands the ability to reach children and teens in an authentic way through many of the most popular games on the Roblox platform New York, NY – November 8, 2021 – WildBrain Spark, the leading AVOD network on YouTube and YouTube Kids, is now the exclusive advertising …

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Ubisoft employees launch fan petition to improve working conditions

A group of past and present Ubisoft employees have launched a public petition demanding action in light of allegations of sexual harassment and abuse. Editor’s Note: A lawsuit has been filed against Activision Blizzard by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, which alleges the company has engaged in …

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NFTs are “part of the future” for games like FIFA and Madden, according to publisher EA

NFTs are an “important part of the future” of the gaming industry, game publisher EA told investors this week. Company CEO Andrew Wilson said EA’s sports franchises like FIFA and the American football series “Madden” were prime candidates for the introduction of digital collectibles. “[Players] want more in-game modalities in …

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ESE’s Digital Motorsport Brand Launches First Annual Digital Motorsport World Cup

Receive instant alerts for news on your actions. Claim your 1-week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. VANCOUVER, British Columbia, November 03, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – ESE Entertainment Inc. (TSXV: ESE) (OTCQB: ENTEF) (the “Society” Where “ESE“) is proud to announce that its Digital Motorsports brand will host the first …

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The next game from the developers of ex-Skullgirls is just a project supported by this new fund for games

During their years of working with small developers through the Glitch co-op gaming label, CEO Evva Karr noticed a serious problem. While Karr had met many small, diverse game development teams with talented creators and brilliant ideas that they believed could be incredibly successful, these teams were struggling. Some did …

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