Thomas Bidaux, CEO of gaming consultancy firm ICO Partners, has shared data on how the first half of 2019 has treated video games on Kickstarter. Apparently, pretty well. In 2019 so far, backers have pledged…
The ROKiT Group of Companies, smartphone manufacturer and provider of wireless services, has launched ROKiT Games Limited. It’s a game development fund to support indie developers of mobile and console games. The size of the fund is $50…
According to Newzoo, as of May 2019, 41% of the U.S. gamers play either Fortnite, Apex Legends, or PUBG. It might be tempting to recognize battle royale as a genre in its own right that…
Valve launched Steam Labs, a service that allows users to check out experimental features designed to increase discoverability of games.
In June, Wargaming announced the launch of a new business unit called Nexus. Wondering what exactly the new team is up to? Nexus head Mike Belton is here to explain.
Sam Corcoran, technical account manager for Google, said that the tech giant received over 4,000 applications from developers for its upcoming Stadia platform.
Jordan becomes another country where you can no longer play PUBG. Jordan’s Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) banned PUBG last Thursday and is planning to ban six other video games. Fortnite is on that list too.
French mobile games start-up Million Victories has raised $1.4m to scale up the team.
Warframe has been around for seven years, with new content arriving at an impressive rate. Digital Extremes chief operating officer Sheldon Carter explains how the studio avoids crunch while maintaining a tight update schedule.
Last week wasn’t very lucky for EA. Company’s market cap fell by nearly 10%. This is due to players’ cold reception of Apex Legends 2.