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Alex ‘Xpecial’ Chu is a member of professional gaming side Team Liquid – and, as such, is one of the best League of Legends players in the world.
With more than 27 million daily players and viewership numbers that rival national TV broadcasting, League of Legends is undeniably the biggest eSports title in the world.
After developing the critically-acclaimed first-person shooter Tribes: Ascend, Hi-Rez Studios decided to make its move into eSports with a brand new MOBA title – Smite.
Over 6m units of a game you’ve never heard of was sold in Japan last year. And now it’s coming to the rest of the world. What is it? Should ...
There’s a perception that 2014 was a quiet year for Electronic Arts. It wasn’t.
Ana Ribeiro gave up everything to move to the UK and start a new life developing for the Oculus Rift.
King’s reign is only just beginning.
Mobile company Space Ape is a brand on the rise.
The BBC’s plan for the video games market regenerates almost as often as The Doctor.
CEO Naoto Hiraoka speaks exclusively to MCV about bringing Japanese sensibility to the West, pairing with Sega, sticking with Vita and remaining unpredictable
As its Excalibur label celebrates its tenth anniversary, MCV catches up with Contact Sales’ MD Robert Stallibrass and marketing boss Richard Barclay about the sim market, owning its own IP ...
Roll7 is one of the hottest indie studios in the UK right now.
There’s a new craze in the games publishing scene. A number of companies, from 505 Games and Mastertronic to Team 17 and Green Man Gaming, have been wooing indie ...
The space race has returned.
Back in February Green Man Gaming was helping independent developers.
The last time we spoke to Ubisoft we discussed how the firm has come in for a fair bit of flack in recent months.
Last year, online games giant Wargaming finally launched its World of Tanks follow-up – World of Warplanes – to disappointing results.
There were so many announcements during PlayStation’s E3 2014 media briefing that it’s hard to remember them all.
It’s been a good few years for Nordic Games Group.
As the last generation drew to a close, PlayStation limped over the line in third place, soundly beaten by Nintendo and Xbox. Now it is king of the consoles again ...
Rupert Loman has told MCV that the planned destruction of Earls Court Exhibition Centre will not hinder the growth of the EGX event.
GAME, at least the old GAME, used to be notoriously slow at launching things.
The Game Place’s Steven Osborne on why his store’s website is important to the business – despite few people using it – and what he thinks about offering digital game ...
The preamble before any interview tends to last only a few seconds.
Japanese story-driven games and visual novels such as 999 and Danganronpa have established a dedicated niche following here in the West.