Thaine Lyman, General Manager of the mobile studio at Wargaming Minsk, is one of the key people behind the publisher’s flagship mobile title World of Tanks Blitz. On Thaine’s watch, Tanks Blitz entered its sixth…
With two days to go before 2020, we still had time to catch up with Justin Farren, Executive Producer at Wargaming, to discuss what 2019 means (meant?) for the industry.
Belarusian indie studio BlitzTeam claims Wargaming is suing its former employees over an open source project.
Minsk-based BlitzTeam founded by former World of Tanks Blitz devs launched their first project. It’s a mobile shooter created on the original engine and published without Wargaming’s involvement.
Wargaming officially opened a new studio in Guildford, England, that will be focusing on an announced IP.
SuperData and Wargaming published a joint report focusing on the CIS region. As per the findings of the study, Russia’s games market will grow 57% in 2019.
The Belarusian gaming giant has partnered with Gearbox Publishing for its first retail release. Wargaming’s World of Warships: Legends is getting a physical Firepower Deluxe Edition for PS4 and Xbox One.
For our friends at law firm Semenov&Pevzner, the video games industry is something of a courtroom drama, if not a legal thriller. Exclusively for Game World Observer, the firm’s IP lawyers have put together a rundown of two…
Sad news from Wargaming. The Belarusian gaming corporation disbands Wargaming Helsinki after three years of work and closes the project the team was working on.
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.