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The first ever eGames event will take place in Rio de Janeiro on August 15th and 16th.
In 2015, the Brazilian video games market’s revenue reached $1.5bn (£1.02bn), with a 23 per cent growth compared to the previous year.
EA’s FIFA series may continue to boss the genre when it comes to licenses, but Konami can at least celebrate another licensing victory for its latest title.
Sony plans to slash the high cost of the PS4 in Brazil by partnering with a local manufacturer to build consoles for the region.
While the PS4’s security systems have not yet been cracked, some retailers in South America have found a working method of selling copied games for the machine.
The high taxation on imported video games goods has been blamed for Nintendo’s decision to quit the Brazilian market.
Localised IGN websites will launch in France and Brazil early next year.
The Campeonato Brasileiro will not feature in EA’s upcoming FIFA 15.
Global Google Play downloads exceeded iOS App Store downloads by around 60 per cent last quarter, according to a new report.
New research from Superdata shows that Brazil's digital games market has cooled off, while other areas in Central and South America have picked up significantly.
Germany will win the 2014 World Cup, if EA's licensed PS3 and Xbox 360 World Cup game is anything to go by.
The FIFA World Cup standalone game may not be coming to PS4, Xbox One or PC but some free Brazil-themed content is on the way to those platforms.
Brazil's free-to-play market grew to $470m in 2013, research firm Interpret has revealed.
The Pokemon Company has secured am amazing branding coup by placing Pikachu as Japan's official World Cup 2014 mascot.
North American eSports organization Major League Gaming has announced a deal with Brazilian sports entertainment company Grupo Águia to form MLG Brasil.
EA has at last announced EA Sports 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.
It will come as no surprise that EA is planning an officially licensed World Cup 2014 video game.
Sony has responded to the inevitably poor consumer reaction to its recent announcement that the PlayStation 4 will cost the equivalent of nearly $2k when it launches in Brazil.