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Nintendo’s first foray into the world of smartphone gaming is off to a decent start.
Radio 1’s Julia Hardy and Gadget Show’s Jason Bradbury will be co-hosting the eSports Awards this November.
Relentless has signed a major deal with toy manufacturer Hasbro, and will open a new studio as a result of the partnership.
Nintendo has played down rumours suggesting it is ceasing production of the Wii U.
5.1 million PlayStation 4 and Xbox Ones have been sold in the UK.
GAME’s earnings were down by almost £10m for the half-year until January 23rd, 2016.
Sony’s PlayStation VR has sold out once again.
The creator of MotorStorm and Driveclub has closed its doors.
The virtual reality market might be opening up to a wider audience than first believed.
Apple last night unveiled two brand new iOS products, adding yet more options to its already swelling catalogue of smartphones and tablets.
Online games giant Bigpoint has been acquired by Chinese games specialist Youzu Interactive.
A number of gamers who thought they’d grabbed the Fallout 4 Season Pass for free last week are out of luck.
Tom Clancy’s The Division has only been out for two weeks but it is already breaking records.
Sweden is responsible for many triple-A titles both on mobile and traditional platforms.
Nintendo’s turbulent relationship with the online games community continues to fumble along.
5th Cell, creator of the Scribblenauts series has been forced to cut a number of positions.
Indie publisher TinyBuild has revealed that Punch Club has sold 300,000 units, as well as some alarming information about the degree to which the game has been pirated.
Forget basketball or baseball. These students are members of their school’s official League of Legends team. And like many young esports hopefuls, their dream is to go pro.
Publisher Panic has expressed its gratitude for the way in which the video games community has made its recent narrative adventure title Firewatch such a great success.
The US Federal Trade Commission has agreed a final consent order with Machinima about the network’s future paid endorsements.
Gfinity says it has been 'a brilliant first year' since opening its eSports arena in London.