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Amazon Cancels Crucible

Amazon oh Amazon! if you are a fan of Crucible, the happy days are over for you. Amazon has decided to shut it down for good and the servers will go offline on November 9th this year.

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New Cloud Gaming Service is Set to Launch; Amazon Luna

Amazon is a new contender in the Cloud gaming market, and I bet that no one will take it lightly. The news came out yesterday that Amazon, at its annual Alexa Hardware event, is set to launch its new cloud gaming platform at some point in the near future. Luna will have a $5.99 per month introductory price in its early access phase. It is going to be supported across mainland US at the start and no support for Hawaii, Alaska, and the US territories. Yes, fellow, at the moment it is extremely limited.

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Apple under investigation for its business practices

Apple is under fire and its claim of equal treatment to every developer is being tested by the US Congress.

This claim was seriously dented when the negotiations related to Amazon Prime Video between Amazon and Apple surfaced. To the chagrin of other developers, Apple agreed to take lower its revenue share to lure in Amazon Prime Video to iOS store, according to an email released by the US House Antitrust Subcommittee.

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Amazon develops a new MMO Game called New World

Finding success as a new MMO in the crowded gaming industry is not a walk in a park. Amazon games hope to add New World to the smallest of truly successful big-budget MMO games when it releases spring next year, yes, delayed yet again.

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Chinese Twitch is called Trovo Live

China’s largest company has been quietly testing a mobile-focused streaming network via an affiliate in the U.S. since at least March. Initially called Madcat and now branded Trovo Live, the new service closely resembles Twitch in its appearance and functionality.  Tencent Holdings Ltd. is rolling out a live-streaming service similar to Amazon.com Inc.’s Twitch in the U.S.,…

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