The CEO of Georgia-based video game company Tripwire Interactive stepped down late Monday, days after his remarks in support of the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold a hotly-debated Texas abortion law generated controversy on social media.
China has issued a new regulation that restricts young people to playing only three hours of online gaming in a standard week.
Bobby Kotick, the CEO of Activision Blizzard, sent a letter to employees on Tuesday acknowledging that the company’s initial response to a discrimination lawsuit filed in California was “tone deaf,” and assured his team that steps have already been taken to ensure a “safe and welcoming work environment.”
Robinhood Markets Inc. wants its users to buy stock. The online brokerage’s own, that is.
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Apple’s top app store executive on Thursday faced an avalanche of documents unleashed Thursday by an Epic Games lawyer aiming to prove allegations that the iPhone maker has been gouging app makers as part of a scheme hatched by Apple's late co-founder Steve Jobs.
Tencent Holdings Ltd is negotiating agreements with a U.S. national security panel that would allow it to keep its ownership stakes in U.S. video game developers Riot Games and Epic Games, according to people familiar with the matter.
Hestia Capital Partners LP managing director Kurt Wolf joined GameStop Corp's board to make the U.S. video game retailer more valuable. Then it became too valuable for him to stay on.
2020 could be a record year for the gaming world with plenty of new releases from top studios.
Tech giant Google says gamers can stream games across multiple devices through Google's Chrome browser or by plugging a Chromecast Ultra device into their TV.
'Fortnite' has become a cultural phenomenon and mega-hit for video game developer Epic Games, boasting 125 million players around the world.