Entries in 'youtube' (68)
YouTube has rolled out its 60 frames per second video support to its iOS and Android apps.
If YouTube viewer numbers are the barometer of E3 excitement, then it’s Final Fantasy VII that has stolen the show.
YouTube has announced a new app and website dubbed YouTube Gaming, with the video streaming service apparently ready at last to take a more focused approach towards its abundant video ...
Former Spike Video Game Awards host Geoff Keighley will be the face of YouTube’s extensive live coverage of E3 later this month.
Andrey ‘Reynad’ Yanyuk’s eSports team Tempo Storm is branching out into animated comedy.
YouTube is finally looking to acquire some of the growing video game streaming pie, with the video service announcing the launch of 60 frames per second live streaming.
Toy website ToyTesters.tv and gaming outlet FamilyGamerTV are teaming up for a new show that features upcoming products.
Mojang’s runaway success Minecraft continues to be incredibly popular on YouTube.
In celebration of its 10th anniversary, YouTube has revealed the 10 most popular video games of all time on its service.
Or should that be ‘only’ ten years old? Because it can sometimes be hard to remember a time when internet video wasn’t just a click/swipe away.
Newzoo and Octoly’s monthly YouTube Game Franchises table sees Minecraft once again bossing the world of video games content on the video channel.
YouTube kingpin PewDiePie is to star in his very own game.
A leaked letter sent to content creators has confirmed YouTube’s long-suspected plan to launch an ad-free subscription service for viewers.
Another video games YouTuber has criticised Nintendo for its copyright claiming strategy.
The world’s biggest online video provider has set its set on the live streaming video market, with eSports to be a central thrust.
Minecraft has once again taken the top spot on Newzoo and Octoly's monthly chart tracking the top 20 game franchises on YouTube.
Streaming video leader YouTube has released a smartphone app designed to provide kids with a safe viewing environment.
A new study on YouTube gaming franchises draws one inevitable conclusion: There's Minecraft, and there's everyone else.
Can you post and monetise videos of Devolver games? Yes, emphatically yes.
Nintendo’s latest attempt to reach out to YouTubers has been ill received.
Wii U and 3DS platform holder Nintendo is taking another step toward repairing relations with video creators by launching a new ad revenue sharing video model.
Sony will discontinue a few notable PlayStation Vita features in its upcoming series of system software updates.
UK-based Swede Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjelberg was the single most watched person on YouTube in 2014.
The greenlight has been given to gamers to monetise footage of their Xbox gameplay on YouTube and Twitch.
Frozen may have beaten gaming in the UK’s 2014 entertainment sales war, but it was a different story on YouTube.