Despite a public statement in late May, the attorney says he did not direct the investigation or impact its findings.
The highest-profile publicly traded Canadian esports company is in internal disarray.
More than 18 games companies have reacted to the SCOTUS decision, many offering new employee assistance.
The men running Activision Blizzard, Take-Two, Riot Games and more donated more than $60,000 since November 2020.
Shareholders will vote on July 15 to confirm the lifestyle gaming brand's SPAC merger agreement.
The $16 million league is no more amid dysfunction between its member teams.
Ahead of two crucial votes on Tuesday, the board makes a bold statement: we found nothing wrong.
The Kingdom has spent more than $5 billion in gaming so far in 2022, and it’s not slowing down.
The world's most valuable company is pushing more into gaming.
The publisher is again setting the standard for the industry.
With the Legion and Eternal moving to Vegas, are they looking to sell?
Seven of the employees let go were based in Los Angeles.