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Twitch and mobile MOBA Vainglory developers Super Evil Megacorp have signed an investment deal to see the touchscreen eSport promoted on-site for the next three years.
Alibaba, the world's largest e-commerce site, has entered the eSports arena with a $5.5m tournament to be held through their sports subsidiary Ali Sports reportedly beginning this April.
Generation Media’s assistant media executive Joe Phelan investigates the growing toys-to-life craze and the ad support accompanying its continued rise during 2015/16.
Popular Nintendo UK marketing boss James Honeywell has left Nintendo after more than two decades at the platform holder.
Three games, a movie, an anime TV show, Sean Bean, Audi, and Florence and the Machine... Square Enix sets up major Final Fantasy relaunch
Square Enix last night revealed ambitious plans to rejuvenate its ageing Final Fantasy series with its next game.
UK retailers have tipped PlayStation VR to have a Christmas akin to Wii’s first year on sale.
22 year-old Dan Pearce’s CV will make many developers weep with jealousy.
Elite Dangerous creator Frontier Developments says it has no plans to make games for anyone else ever again.
Necrosoft Games has cancelled a planned Wii U title after Nintendo fired marketing employee Alison Rapp.
Ahead of its Uncovered: Final Fantasy XV live stream tonight, Square Enix has been pushing the title at London’s own Waterloo Station.
London's O2 arena will host the final stage of ESL Pro League Season 3 as eight CS:GO teams from Europe and North America compete for $750,000 prize money.
The next generation of Pascal-based Nvidia graphics cards could at last be revealed at an Nvidia event next week.
There are a handful of jobs that quickly spring to mind for which foreigners can obtain a Japanese work visa. Language instructor is by far the most common, but skilled positions in banking ...
The gap between mobile gaming and the chasing pack is getting wider.
If you haven’t been paying attention to the PC gaming market over the past few years, you may not have noticed that competitive video gaming has gone from a barely-understood ...
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has ruled that Valve’s Steam service breached Australian consumer law.
Tablets and smartphones may be played by millions of casual gamers, but up until now mobile devices haven't really been seen as systems for enthusiast gamers.
The widespread stereotype of gamers as being predominantly male has been dealt yet another blow.
Alice developer Spicy Horse is not, as rumours have claimed, closing down.
Nintendo has made two major hires to its UK team, following the departures of senior marketing and PR executives last year.
An EA survey has suggested that Mass Effect Andromeda might take a somewhat surprising narrative route.
An English web developer going by the name Ruby has successfully uploaded a game to Steam, without Valve’s permission, to illustrate a security loophole.
Nintendo’s first foray into the world of smartphone gaming will be available in the UK this Thursday (March 31st).