Entries in 'tv' (48)
This is the GAME Christmas TV ad that UK folk are going to be seeing on their sets this year.
Video broadcasting platform Twitch has struck a new partnership with Mojang to make it easier to stream Minecraft videos.
Liverpool FC captain Steven Gerrard and Zachary ‘Spock’ Quinto are the stars of Microsoft’s global Xbox One TV ad campaign.
Two of Xbox One’s launch titles have just received brand new trailers.
EA has gone live with its big TV ad for upcoming shooter Battlefield 4.
Activision has released six TV spots for Call of Duty: Ghosts that you can expect to see plenty of in the build up to release.
Warner Bros has released its 50-second TV clip for the upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins.
Ad specialist Generation Media takes a look at historical TV marketing data to predict the level of screen advertising we might expect from video games during Q4...
The first TV ad for PS4 has been released by Sony, and you can see it right here.
Games-centric TV platform Ginx has acquired Player Channel.
Phil Harrison has said that a digital-only future for the games industry is an inevitability.
NFL will not be the only sport to offer interactivity with Xbox One, Microsoft has said.
It’s been a busy morning for Sony.
Forget PlayStation and Xbox. It’s Nintendo that is spending more money than anyone to win over a new generation of gamers.
Microsoft’s first TV ad for Xbox One focuses on its TV, chat and NFL functionality.
A big weekend for eSports events meant streaming video service Twitch had its most popular day yet.
Microsoft’s Xbox One TV ambitions are well known, but new reports suggest Sony intends to take the digital TV fight to its rival.
InnoGames is using UK TV to grow the userbase of its free-to-play strategy game Forge of Empires.
Remember when 3D looked as if it could be a key battleground for the console gaming sector?
Video broadcasting service Twitch has signed a new deal to link up with Valve’s digital distribution platform Steam.
Users of both Steam and Twitch can now tie together both ...
UK rental service Lovefilm has abandoned video games in order to reaffirm its focus on films and TV categories.