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Apple App Store China pulls 8,000 games

Apple has removed more than 8,000 from the iOS App Store in China, and is expected to pull more by the end of the month.

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Mobile gamers keep breaking app store records in 2020

Mobile gamers keep breaking app store records in 2020. Covid-19 makes people search for mobile games and download. Long live gaming!

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TikTok leaves Hong Kong market

Social media app TikTok is set to leave the Hong Kong market over the next few days. “In light of recent events, we’ve decided to stop operations of the TikTok app in Hong Kong,” said a TikTok spokesman.

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Spotlight; Keywords Studios

Andrew Day is chief executive officer of computer games developer Keywords Studios. Andrew knows from personal experience just how addictive some computer games can be. “I have one of those horrible personalities, that if I open a game, I find, before I know where I am, that I have spent tens of hours on it,” says the 56-year-old.

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Darcy Lorincz Of Torque Esports (Engine Media) Explains Their Content Strategy But Also Talks About Moving To The Nasdaq, Brand- & Fan Engagement And Ai & Machine Learning

Torque Esports is focused on accelerating new, live, immersive esports and interactive gaming experiences for consumers through its partnerships with traditional and emerging media companies and providing online interactive technology platforms and monetization services.  I had an amazing insightful talk with Darcy Lorincz, who is the COO of Torque Esports. Torque Esports will be under the umbrella of Engine Media, together with Winview and Frankly.

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Mobile Games daily in-app purchases jumped 24% since the start of the pandemic

The coronavirus crisis has proved a bonanza for video game makers, as shut-in consumers turn to digital distractions in greater numbers and for longer sessions than ever before.

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Sony Considers a Bid for Hong Kong-Listed Gaming Firm Leyou

Sony Corp. is weighing a bid for Leyou Technologies Holdings Ltd., people familiar with the matter said, paving the way for an intensified bidding war for the Hong Kong-listed gaming firm.

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Kongregate is saying goodbye to flash games

Gaming publisher and flash portal Kongregate announced a series of changes coming later this month which resulted in the layoff of multiple employees and the closing of submissions for new titles on the site, as spotted by GamesIndustry.biz.

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Twitch Versus Facebook Gaming

With Mixer users now being forwarded to Facebook Gaming, video game live streaming is down to Facebook and Twitch.

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Epic versus Steam; the Battle is on!

The title says it all; Epic versus Steam. Valve’s Steam has found a competitor in Epic Games and since then both have locked horns in an ugly battle in the gaming industry.

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