Entries in 'funding' (41)
The categories for the 2013 MCV Pacific Awards have been announced this week, while distributor Tuff Kat goes into administration.
Stainless Games has confirmed intentions to bring Carmageddon: Reincarnation to next-gen consoles.
There are stirrings about the newly implemented R18+ rating this week, with the first titles to merit the new age rating being classified.
Android console newcomer GameStick is off to a flying start after hitting its Kickstarter funding target on just its second day.
David Braben’s Elite: Dangerous has hit its £1.25m Kickstarter funding goal.
Peter Molyneux’s Godus faces a tense last two days as the Kickstarter project slowly closes in on its £450,000 target.
Music labels and other entertainment suppliers are backing HMV with more than £40m of funding in the run-up to Christmas.
A company that believes it has the answer to a console-less gaming future has announced the successful capture of $6m in series A funding.
Developer DreamQuest Games is undoubtedly down in the dumps this morning after its Kickstarter project narrowly missed its funding target.
Finnish startup Boomlagoon has secured financial backing and will soon launch its first game.
NineMSN is getting into gaming a dedicated gaming channel and future plans to e-tail, while Call of Duty goes large and Aussie devs get a federal gaming fund.
Free-to-play mech combat title Hawken has received an additional $18m in funding ahead of its December launch.
GCAP happened this week with some big news, while it appears Video Ezy might be grey importing games and Mindscape scores Tecmo.
A new crowdfunding platform built specifically for games developers is now live.
The organisers of a gay-focused gaming and geek convention have easily hit their funding target on crowd-sourcing site Kickstarter.
Console newcomer Ouya is getting perilously close to hitting the $6m figure on crowd-funding portal Kickstarter.
The $4,876,890 of money raised from Kickstarter is just the start of the funding goals for console upstart Ouya.
Gamefly has invested themselves into mobile gaming development and publishing.
Fight My Monster has become the UK’s fastest-growing online game for boys after reaching 1m players.
Down under this week, MCV looks at grey imports, GAME Australia seeks its own investors and R18+ passes the house of reps.
With the UK and Spanish GAME operation looking for investors / buyers to keep the chain alive, Australia is taking similar steps.
Industry trade body UKIE will publish a report next week outlining how to make crowd funding legal for UK games firms.
Ferrari Challenge developer Eutechnyx will start publishing games after securing £1.8m in Government funding.
UK developer Eutechnyx has received a regional growth fund of £1.8m from the Government to fund an online racing game.