Over one billion game enthusiasts are women, according to Newzoo. That’s 46% of all players, game viewers and owners of the related tech across 30 key markets.
The State of Bavaria proposed the new youth protection guidelines. This draft legislation targets aggressive monetization models that take advantage of minors’ “inexperience and credulity.”
Tencent pulled the mobile test version of PUBG in China. The online blockbuster never received the monetization approval from the government.
Over 150 Riot Games employees held a walk-out at the company’s studio in Los Angeles. This came in response to the company’s forced arbitration policy.
“In with the old,” says mobile games startup GameClub. The company has raised $2.5 million to rerelease old premium iOS games that are no longer playable at Apple gadgets.
With just slightly over two weeks before the CEO Summit, we catch up with Julia Lebedeva. Julia is the head of the White Nights Conference organizing committee and VP Business Development at Nevosoft.
This week saw a heated debate unfold on Twitter after Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney tweeted about PC exclusives on EGS and the store’s revenue share model.
There can’t be too many battle royale games. Or so they thought at NetEase.
Adult gaming portal Nutaku has released Nutaku Android Store. It allows users to download adult games, bypassing restrictions on Google Play.
Respawn CEO Vince Zampella announced that the studio would not be shipping new Apex Legends content on a weekly basis, per Gamasutra. Instead, the game will receive season-by-season updates