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Disney sells mobile game studio FoxNet Games to Scopely

Disney sells mobile game studio FoxNet Games to Scopely Disney announced today it has sold the game studio FoxNet Games Los Angeles, the makers of “MARVEL Strike Force” and other titles, as well as Cold Iron Studios in San Jose, to the interactive entertainment and mobile game company, Scopely. The studios were […]

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Tencent to grow gaming empire with $148M acquisition of Conan publisher Funcom in Norway

Tencent to grow gaming empire with 8M acquisition of Conan publisher Funcom in Norway Tencent, one of the world’s biggest videogaming companies by revenue, today made another move to help cement that position. The Chinese firm has made an offer to fully acquire Funcom, the games developer behind Conan Exiles (and others […]

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Where FaZe Clan sees the future of gaming and entertainment

Where FaZe Clan sees the future of gaming and entertainment Lee Trink has spent nearly his entire career in the entertainment business. The former president of Capitol Records is now the head of FaZe Clan, an esports juggernaut that is one of the most recognizable names in the wildly popular phenomenon of […]

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Twitch’s loss of top streamers impacts hours watched and streamed in Q4 2019, report says

Twitch’s loss of top streamers impacts hours watched and streamed in Q4 2019, report says The loss of several big-name streamers is finally taking its toll on Twitch, according to a new report from StreamLabs and Newzoo out today. In August 2019, top streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, announced his intention to leave […]

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Sony Interactive will skip E3 again this year

Sony Interactive will skip E3 again this year Sony Interactive Entertainment will skip E3 again this year and participate instead in “hundreds of consumer events across the globe,” the company told GamesIndustry.biz today. The company, which is preparing to launch the PlayStation 5 before this holiday season, missed the show for the […]

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Razer shows off Sila, the first 5G router built for gaming

Razer shows off Sila, the first 5G router built for gaming Gaming — with its huge demands on bandwidth, graphics and overall processing power — is likely to be one of the big use cases for 5G networking in the future, and today one of the big players in consumer gaming hardware […]

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Nvidia’s new 360Hz G-Sync displays are tailor-made for esports

Nvidia’s new 360Hz G-Sync displays are tailor-made for esports Nvidia has developed new technology that enables 360Hz refresh rates on PC displays, achieving unprecedented responsiveness that’s perfectly suited to esports, where any advances in terms of refresh speeds can translate to improved performance during play. Nvidia’s new G-sync tech that delivers the […]

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The future (and past) of mobile gaming

The future (and past) of mobile gaming The summer of 2008 changed everything. Apple’s launch of the App Store a year after the release of the iPhone was a watershed moment not only in the business of technology, but in every aspect of humanity. Nearly every industry can look back at data […]

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Lowkey.gg is an esports tournament platform for adult gamers

Lowkey.gg is an esports tournament platform for adult gamers It’s tough to be a competitive gamer once you’re an adult. Simply fitting tournament time into a busy schedule is challenge enough, but even if you can make the time, where do you go to find other adults who are competitively playing the […]

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Daily Crunch: Facebook acquires a cloud gaming startup

Daily Crunch: Facebook acquires a cloud gaming startup The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Facebook acquires Madrid-based cloud gaming startup PlayGiga Facebook is building […]

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