This week,GDC’s future remains uncertain, a recent study shines a spotlight on the success of the esports industry, and Microsoft officially shared specs for the upcoming Xbox Series X.
In this week’s top gaming news, Sony and Facebook dip out of PAX East and GDC due to coronavirus concerns, Hasbro is bringing back the ‘90s with Tiger Electronics, and Google Stadia is looking to pick up steam by bringing the service to 18 new smartphones.
In this week’s gaming news breakdown, Geoff Keighley announced he will be absent from E3 2020, Untitled Goose Game came out on top at the 2020 DICE Awards, and gaming has spiked in China following the coronavirus outbreak.
This week, coronavirus hits the gaming industry, Q4 earnings show mobile gaming is on the rise, and Dan Houser exits Take-Two Interactive.
This week, Ninja’s deal with Mixer sheds a different light on the streaming industry, the Big Three say no to import taxes, and Riot Games looks to the future with external licensing opportunities.
In this week’s gaming news breakdown, several marquee titles are delayed, Daybreak Games is internally dividing to conquer, and Sony swaps Vue with YouTube TV.
In this week’s gaming news, Sony announces it will not be present at E3 2020, the future of GameStop is bleak following a poor holiday season, and YouTube smacks Twitch by stealing three more top streamers.
In the first TPoI of the year, Alienware surprises at CES with a handheld gaming PC and Razer launches gaming controllers for smartphones, and AARP reveals that grandma is getting into gaming!
In this week’s gaming news, YouTube looks to make its platform more transparent for gaming content creators, Riot Games releases plans to produce “completable” games, and Facebook looks to the future of its VR platform by acquiring Beat Saber developer Beat Games. YouTube changes online content rules, relaxes restrictions on violence depicted in gaming contentYouTube …
In gaming industry news this week, Microsoft looks like the early winner in cloud gaming, Amazon looks to join the game streaming fray too, and Valve reemerges with news of a Half-Life game in VR, coming soon. Microsoft announces launch date, additional information for Project xCloud following the launch of Google StadiaDuring X019, Microsoft’s corporate …
In this week’s gaming news breakdown, Google will be releasing Stadia without core features, Apple announced its foray into the Mixed Reality industry, and Twitch launched an app to assist new streamers in content creation. Concerns raised for Google Stadia launchGoogle’s cloud-based gaming platform Stadia launches next week, and the company recently unveiled the lineup …
This week, YouTube took up arms against Twitch and Mixer, China placed heavy video game restrictions on its minors, and recent video game sales prove that software is king to hardware in 2019.
In this week’s gaming news, popular entertainment news outlets Deadspin and Kotaku are in the middle of an organizational shake-up, Electronic Arts reignites its partnership with Valve, and Sony cuts costs by eliminating its PlayStation Vue TV service.
In this week’s gaming news breakdown, Mixer and Twitch continue the battle for top streamers, Ubisoft changed the release date of multiple AAA titles, and Bethesda expanded its foray into the mobile games market by acquiring Alpha Dog Games.
This week, Riot Games puts the “games” in Games with announcement of new upcoming titles, and Google commits to launching Stadia next month.