Rough day for E3 2020 as it leaks its own website and loses Geoff Keighley
A draft version of E3 2020 went live yesterday and was quickly made private. No sensitive information was made public, but this could just be one embarrassment too many for the ESA, E3 organizer, which leaked personal data of about 2000 E3 participants last summer. Anyway, this latest blunder was serious enough for Geoff Keighley to decide not to participate in E3 for the first time in 25 years.
E3 2020 draft website before getting password-protected
“Given what has been publicly communicated about plans for E3 2020,
AppLovin invests in Clipwire Games and Geewa.
Mobile marketing company AppLovin continues to invest in games studios. Two of its latest strategic investments include Clipwire Games and Geewa.
Clipwire Games is a Toronto-based mobile game developer, which was founded in 2008. It is the studio behind titles like Bingo Story, Bingo World Tour, Solitaire Buddies, and Word Buddies.
Prague-based Geewa develops and publishes casual,
Activision Blizzard removes games from GeForce Now
“We’ve worked with publishers to onboard a robust catalog of your PC games,” an official post on the Nvidia blog cheerfully begins, nothing foreshadowing what’s about to come. “This means continually adding new games, and on occasion, having to remove games,” the post goes on to gradually prepare the reader for the bad news. “Per their request, please be advised Activision Blizzard games will be removed from the service.”
World of Warcraft
Mobile marketing company ironSource now making hypercasual games
Founded in 2010, ironSource has helped developer acquire users through its ad network, UA platform, and ad mediation capabilities.
The company now opened a new studio called Supersonic Games that will publish and develop ad-based hypercasual titles.