A who's who of the gaming industry gathered in Brussels on Tuesday, some to argue for, and others against, the impending Microsoft–Activision Blizzard…
The series has broken the video game adaption curse, crossing over from niche game storytelling to a larger part of the nerd culture zeitgeist.
Amid heavy losses and looming doubts, the company’s stock has plummeted from an August high of just over $20 per share.
Along with 20 employees, Launcher, the seemingly growing video game vertical at the nation's second most-subscribed newspaper, is no more.
The layoffs, one of Riot's first-ever publicized reductions in force amid shifting priorities within the company, focus primarily on talent acquisition…
The teams are seeking some form of economic relief after years of high operating costs and disappointing revenues.
The voice of the animated hit's titular characters is embroiled in multiple scandals after news of a 2020 criminal case surfaced.
The second most valuable esports team in the world is eliminating about one sixth of its workforce.
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