On May 21, a new clinic opened in Beijing for those suffering from gaming addiction. It might look like China anticipated that several days later the WHO would recognize gaming disorder as a disease.
Google announced yesterday it would open a new data center in Hamina, Finland. The company will be investing about 600 million euros ($672 million) in the new facility.
The U.S.’ trade war with China might enter a new phase as the Trump administration proposes tariffs of up to 25% for thousands of imported goods. Among them are a number of items related to video…
The 194 members of the World Health Organization voted to classify “gaming disorder” as a disease. The decision was made this Saturday, at the 72nd World Health Assembly.
GOG announced on its blog that it will have to delist Telltale’s library of games. The titles will permanently disappear from the catalogue on May 27 due to the company’s closure last year.
Valve posted the list of best-selling PC titles on Steam that came out in April. The list consists of 20 games with biggest revenues over the first two weeks following the release.
Global Top Round (GTR) game accelerator is accepting applications from indie developers. Submission deadline is July 5, 2019.
Last week, the second White Nights CEO Summit took place in Barcelona. Around 200 top managers and high-level executives from 27 countries attended.
IGN spoke with Blizzard Entertainment president J. Allen Brack about fans’ negative reactions to the announcement of the mobile Diablo Immortal.
In April, players spent $ 8.86 billion on digital copies of console, desktop and mobile games. That’s a 7% increase from April 2018.