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Here’s our take on the big events in the games industry this year.
King has closed its Singaporean development team Nonstop games who were best known for creating the Heroes of Honor strategy game.
When MCV was invited to a King press event, we figured the Candy Crush giant was about to unveil yet another match-three game.
Puzzler Media is to publish a monthly Candy Crush magazine.
The $5.9bn deal that sees Activision take ownership of Candy Crush creator King has been completed.
The record $5.9bn buy-out by Activision was just about the only positive number for King last year.
A shock announcement from November 2015 was that Activision Blizzard is to acquire mobile company King.com.
Though it has been a good week for King following its purchase by Activision Blizzard, the firm's financial report for Q3 is probably not as sweet as it might like.
Activision Blizzard’s share price reached a record high following the announcement it will be acquiring Candy Crush company King.
Games industry analyst Michael Pachter has praised Activison Blizzard’s purchase of King as a solid strategy for breaking into the mobile market.
Market analyst IHS Technology has questioned the long-term benefits of Activision Blizzard’s acquisition of Candy Crush firm King.
Two of the biggest names in games are to become one.
Mobile giant King’s revenues and profits have both dipped year-on-year as Candy Crush spending slows.
Trade body UKIE has made some new additions to its Board of directors.
Former King man and Candy Crush mastermind Tommy Palm thinks VR is not only nearly upon us, but is destined to become a mass-market proposition.
Lavers Mallet joined the games industry after graduating business school at MIT Sloan.
Spending on Candy Crush Saga is in decline.
One of the key people in Candy Crush Saga’s move from web to smartphone has left King.