Our friends at law firm Semenov&Pevzner have put together an exhaustive overview of the most significant legal disputes that have impacted the video games industry since late 2019. This overview covers both notable lawsuits and other impactful cases…
Copenhagen, Denmark-based mobile gaming company Multiscription has announced Unleashd, a subscription service for free-to-play games.
China’s biggest trade show for the video games industry will take place in Shanghai from July 31 to August 3.
Steam has posted last week’s top 10 best-selling games. A month after its release, DOOM Eternal has claimed the top spot.
Sony has temporarily stopped selling games in China. The company took to social network Weibo to announce indefinite suspension of PlayStation Store China. The reason for the temporary closure is a “system security upgrade.”
Capcom’s revenues declined 18.4 percent year-over-year to ¥81.6 billion ($766 million). This, however, didn’t stop the company from reporting ¥15.95 billion ($150 million) in net profits, which is 27.1 percent more that in the fiscal year 2019.