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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.
King’s reign is only just beginning.
Candy Crush publisher King has acquired a new studio in Singapore and is looking for UK staff to add to the roster.
Casual behemoth Candy Crush Saga has a sequel.
Candy Crush Saga creator King runs more television advertisements than any other video game company out there, according to advertising metrics company iSpot.tv.
A boxed Collector’s Edition of indie hit The Banner Saga will be coming to UK retail on July 25th.
UKIE has snagged itself a high-profile new member in the form of Candy Crush Saga maker King.
King has soft launched a new Candy Crush game entitled Candy Crush Soda Saga.
Rockstar’s Sam and Dan Houser are among the gaming newcomers in this year’s The Sunday Times Rich List.
King will launch its world-conquering Candy Crush Saga in China this year thanks to a new deal with Tencent.
Social media giant King says it does not feel the pressure to make another Candy Crush-sized hit.
Call of Duty. New Super Mario Bros. Dark Souls. Halo. Uncharted. ALL games must become free-to-play, according to Candy Crush maker King.
Candy Crush Saga developer King has listed 165 openings for its studios across the globe, as the company aims to expand its workforce by 25 per cent.
It was a rough day on the markets for casual games maker King yesterday.
King’s high-profile IPO has got off to a stumbling start.
Candy Crush Saga studio King is pushing to generate $530m (£319m) in an initial public offering that would see the British game maker valued at up to $7.6bn (£4.6bn).
Candy Crush Saga studio King has withdrawn its attempt to trademark the world “candy” in the US.
The decision to trademark the Candy name is a perfectly logical one, a UK lawyer has argued.
The International Game Developers Association has released a statement chiding Candy Crush Saga developer King's recent trademark attacks against other developers.
Free-to-play specialist King has filed for an IPO as it plans to go public.