NetEase games has today announced their new free to play crafting survival battle royale mobile game FortCraft. NetEase games have had massive success with the mobile battle royale genre with their smash hit Rules of Survival.
Ubisoft® announced the acquisition of the video game development studio Blue Mammoth Games. With the acquisition, Ubisoft adds Brawlhalla, currently the most played fighting game on Steam, to its portfolio and bolsters its online expertise.
DMarket, the world’s first blockchain-based marketplace for trading in-game items, announced a partnership with Unity Technologies, creator of the world’s most widely-used real-time 3D development platform.
Finnish game studio Critical Force announced that mobile esports game Critical Ops now has one million daily players.
With over twenty years of experience in the video game industry, Phil Harrison joins Google in a secret role.
Key figures, emerging markets positioning, results by sector of activity, Tops in France, App Annie is combing through a year of all records for the app-economy.
Applications are open for the London Games Festival Fringe, running as part of the London Games Festival this year (5 – 15 April).
Independent video game developer and publisher, Psyonix, revealed the Nintendo exclusive Battle-Cars coming to Rocket League in a new trailer.
MunkyFun Bringing Its Popular League of War Franchise to PlayStation®VR with League of War: VR Arena
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