Entries in 'eurogamer' (17)
The biggest names in the games media have joined MCV’s call for digital data to be included in the games charts.
June was the biggest month ever in Gamer Network's history – following five consecutive months of record-breaking traffic.
Ad-blockers charging websites to have their advertising ‘unblocked’ is not illegal.
Ad-blockers are costing jobs and seriously harming the games press, say leading media execs.
Gamer Network, the firm behind Eurogamer, Rock Paper Shotgun and EGX, has added two sizable new brands to its portfolio.
The parent company of Eurogamer and EGX are offering indie devs the opportunity to turn their games into physical special edition sets.
Tom Bramwell, the editor-in-chief of games publication Eurogamer for seven years, has taken up a new role at League of Legends parent Riot Games.
Lights, camera, action: IGN, GameSpot, Eurogamer, Yogscast and Videogamer on their approaches to video
Every major games media firm is investing serious money in video as the YouTube generation takes over.
Earlier this month, Eurogamer made the decision to get rid of numerical scores from its reviews.
I am really quite fond of the review score.
The obsession around Metacritic is damaging to video games.
Gamer Network co-founder and CEO Rupert Loman talks about the diversity of games media formats
Rupert Loman has told MCV that the planned destruction of Earls Court Exhibition Centre will not hinder the growth of the EGX event.
2013 was a bumper year for the UK games media, but who came out on top?
There’s been a reshuffle at Eurogamer parent Gamer Network.
The MCV team have returned from E3 to reveal the true winner of the show and dictaphone filled with interviews.
The real winner of E3 wasn’t one of the squabbling console manufacturers – but the hundreds of journalists writing about them.