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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1 days ago Kabam will also receive investment of $120 million
1 days ago Three year deal will see equal equity and profit split
1 days ago King expands reach of its free-to-play brand in UK stores
1 days ago "Gearbox supplemented Sega's development budget with its own money"
1 days ago Masi Oka's Mobius Digital wants to focus on innovation
2 days ago Crowdfunding and Steam Early Access helps god-game hit revenue milestone
2 days ago Non-GAAP revenue up 51 per cent on last year, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood breaking records
2 days ago Ten games in planning and development stages at Puzzle & Dragons creator
2 days ago New release Yoshi's New Island settles for second place
2 days ago Former Zynga executives win funding to "to make games that respect the players"
3 days ago Update: Statement from Crytek, development of Hunt transferred to Frankfurt
3 days ago 2 million peak concurrent online viewers
3 days ago Academic publication becomes Springer's first games based title
4 days ago Ignore eSports and miss out, warns pro-gamer turned VP Craig Levine
4 days ago Steam Early Access title faces unexpected obstacle
4 days ago Winners announced for USA round of indie development awards
7 days ago Yoshihisa Hashimoto leaves for "personal reasons"
7 days ago "GamePop as a product is in peak fighting shape to take on Amazon Fire"
7 days ago Will invest in UK mobile, tablet and PC game startups
8 days ago Andie CCP Seagull Nordgren promoted at CCP
8 days ago "We expect to continue investing heavily and that our costs will increase"
9 days ago "We talk about monetization more than we talk about community and that is backwards"
9 days ago Company director warns devs against playing at the "high stakes table"
10 days ago UKIE and Nesta's 12 month scheme gets started