Archive - Rachel Weber
Rachel Weber has been with GamesIndustry since 2011 and specialises in news-writing and investigative journalism. She has more than five years of consumer experience, having previously worked for Future Publishing in the UK.
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14 hours ago Total global sales down 7.4%
17 hours ago Ryotaro Shima takes role of COO
19 hours ago Epic Games plus the Rick And Morty mastermind - welcome to future of VR
8 days ago Integrating tools that provide effortless access to Facebook's network"
14 days ago Women in Software and Entertainment Representation
14 days ago "We are removing some support functions and capitalizing on the experience and talent within the studio"
15 days ago Streaming service with an interactive twist is coming to Xbox
15 days ago Quantum Break studio welcomes Tero Virtala
17 days ago Creating truly social VR with MetaWorld
21 days ago Complete a special course and its all yours, royalty and licensing free
23 days ago Apple CEO shares news
23 days ago Job Simulator studio ready to push VR even further with Qualcomm Ventures backing
25 days ago Submission deadline is October 24
28 days ago Konami celebrates news in latest financial report
Opinion 28 days ago Weekly Roundup: Investors realise who really made Pokemon Go, Take-Two bosses talk indies and indies talk marketing as Q1 results emerge
29 days ago "Small reduction in force that primarily impacts social casino studios working on established live games"
30 days ago The generosity of the companies supporting this initiative has been overwhelming"
A month ago Update: Apple has sold a billion iPhones
A month ago "Let us take care of this for you using our infrastructure" it tells devs
A month ago 775,749 player email addresses stolen
A month ago Will "create a one-stop, revenue-boosting solution for game developers"
A month ago "Kabam's business strategy is to focus on fewer, bigger, and bolder AAA mobile games"
A month ago Will stream Republican and Democratic National Conventions
A month ago Set to take place in San Francisco in September