TRIPLEPOINTS OF INTEREST: DEC. 7

This week a number of top tier outlets published their top 10 games of the year, an NFL player was removed from Madden due to assault allegations, and Fortnite was sued by rapper 2 Milly over allegedly stealing his dance moves. Top 10 Games Mashable, Vulture, and NME posted their lists of top 10 video …

TriplePoints of Interest: July 13

This week, Overwatch raises more than $12.7 million for breast cancer research, Steam game player counts are leaked, and Nintendo begins its roll out of hack-resistant Switch hardware. Overwatch Raises Millions in Donations for Breast Cancer Research Through Pink Mercy Skin Blizzard recently released a pink costume for the Overwatch healer character, Mercy. They charged …

TriplePoints of Interest: July 6

This week, Sony continues to receive flak for not enabling cross-play, Nintendo has more up its sleeve for 2018, and new rumors about a video game console from Google. Sony’s Stance on Cross-Play Continues to be Contentious Issue for Fans and Developers Alike Initially brought to prominence after Fortnite players found out they couldn’t link …

TriplePoints of Interest: June 29

This week, PUBG Corp. drops its lawsuit against Epic Games, Uncharted’s Amy Hennig announces her departure from EA, and Valve announces their intentions to replace Steam Spy with “something better.” PUBG Drops Lawsuit Against Fortnite Creator Epic Games Mainstream and gaming publications such as Bloomberg, Polygon and Variety reported that PUBG Corp withdrew its copyright …

TriplePoints of Interest: June 22

YouTube looks to expand their service, EA wants to be the Netflix of gaming, and gaming disorder is deemed an official addiction by the World Health Organization in this weeks TPOI. YouTube Announces New Ways for Creators to Make Money During VidCon, the multi-genre online video conference held annually in Southern California, YouTube announced new …

TriplePoints of Interest: May 25

TPoI this week features esports coming to the Special Olympics, Texas Lt. Governor blaming shootings on video games, and a new golf franchise from the PGA Tour and HB Studios. Video Games At The Special Olympics This year the U.S. Special Olympics will host their first-ever video game tournament in conjunction with the standard Special …

TriplePoints of Interest: May 18

TPoI this week features Rage 2 from Bethesda which suffered from the Walmart Canada E3 leak, the new Tomb Raider reportedly cost between $75-100 million, and Microsoft rolls out a new controller made for disabled gamers. Rage 2 Announced Plus Gameplay Trailer Bethesda announced Rage 2, a sequel to their 2010 post apocalyptic shooter, with …

TriplePoints of Interest: May 11

This week’s TPoI saw an E3 leak from Walmart Canada, Fortnite teams up with Marvel to the delight of just about everyone…. and Variety wrote a feature on the future of FMV games. Walmart Canada E3 Leak A number of outlets including GamesRadar+, Game Informer, Vice and more, reported on a possible leak by Walmart …