Google announced that it has purchased Montreal-based Typhoon Studios. It will become part of the Stadia team and will work on exclusives for the platform.
Facebook is developing its own operating system. Once it’s created, Facebook can move its hardware away from Android.
Belarusian indie studio BlitzTeam claims Wargaming is suing its former employees over an open source project.
NetEase enabled AI to create lifelike gaming avatars. NetEase’s MMORPG Justice allows players to turn their selfies into in-game models.
Facebook has purchased Spanish cloud gaming company PlayGiga. It cost Facebook $78 million, according to CNBC.
Activision Blizzard reported on the success of the latest Call of Duty. The company said that since its release on October 25, the shooter has brought in over $1 billion.
On January 23-24, the White Nights conference will be held in the capital of the Netherlands for game industry professionals. As part of it, a game developers exhibition will take place. Submit your game for…
Valve’s store published the list of November’s highest-grossing new releases. There are 20 items on the list, including indie and AAA titles.
The Keywords Studios group of companies has purchased three companies. The deals will bring the Group another step closer to becoming the ‘go to’ technical and creative services platform for the global video games industry.