game podcasts

Gearbox Software Sues 3D Realms

It all started in 2014 when Gearbox decided to sue 3D Realms and Interceptor Entertainment over Duke Nukem: Mass Destruction; a property owned by the Gearbox in 2010.

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Microsoft spends $150 Million on Diversity

Microsoft said it will add $150 million to its diversity and inclusion investment while working to double the number of Black employees in senior and leadership positions at the company by 2025.

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Mixer live streaming is dead, and here is why

Mixer Live Streaming is dead. Yes, you are reading this well! Could you imagine that thousands and thousands of people finding out that they lost their job over a single tweet? Ladies and gentlemen, this was a low move by Mixer, unbelievable! Let’s talk about the shut down of Mixer. Microsoft is shutting down Mixer…

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Best Games Podcasts Of 2020

It is always difficult to decide what are good games podcasts and why. I did choose the five best games podcasts of 2020, so far, for me. Oh yes, I did put my own game podcast on the list.

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Call of Duty: Mobile passed 250 million downloads in 8 months

Call of Duty; Mobile has hit 250 million downloads since its debut on October 25, according to mobile measurement firm Sensor Tower.

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Apex Legends may finally be soft-launched by the end of 2020

EA has said that it is currently looking at soft-launching its mobile port of Apex Legends by the end of 2020.

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Deloitte: Games and streaming services fight it out during pandemic

U.S. gamers and movie watchers are binging on entertainment during the pandemic, and game companies and streaming movie services are vying with each other to get consumers to sign up for their services, according to Deloitte‘s 14th annual Digital Media Trends report.

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Digital games spending reaches $10.2b in May

After April’s digital spending record of $10.5 billion due to COVID-19 lockdowns, May spending dipped only 3% to $10.2 billion as regions began to reopen.

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EA Play Live 2020 Overview

This year Electronic Arts E3 press conference went virtual and was called EA Play Live. What would have been a massive press conference with a live audience, EA followed suit of other gaming publishers and went online.

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