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Social network has expanded its Facebook Live functionality to PC software
Latest episode available to download now, covering the evolution of GDC and the many challenges facing indie devs
Road to Rezzed: PR execs share their tips on dealing with press, consumers and making your booth sing
Warner Bros. marketing exec Russell Arons will step up after Chad Gutstein leaves to pursue "entrepreneurial projects"
Prominent games media figure was under fire over comments widely regarded as sexist
Premier's director of games Gareth Williams offers advice to studios looking to raise the profile of their mobile release
We speak to the Execution Labs co-founder about pitching, finding your niche and more
Has Nintendo created the greatest game of all time… again?
Innervate consultant Becky Taylor offers GDC 2017 attendees helpful advice on how to attract YouTubers and streamers
Google's Matteo Vallone encourages mobile devs to find other channels to new audiences and trust in the quality of their games
Streamers will receive 5% cut of all games sold
Website available in Mandarin and the Simplified Chinese writing system
Former PewDiePie outfit also slashing its YouTube partner program from 60,000 to just 300 large, family friendly creators
New episode available to download now, featuring ICO Partners' Thomas Bidaux
He was being sued for 'libel, slander and assault'
Weekly Recap: YouTube star's explanation for anti-Semitic jokes may be familiar to those who follow the AAA scene
eSports tournament, parade and the return of Dear Esther Live
Update: PewDiePie calls out "old school media" for attempt to "decrease my influence and my economic worth"
Xbox maker abandons traditional Monday morning time slot to kick off its E3 week on June 11 at 2 p.m.
Blizzard and Sony crushed opposition for column inches, says ICO Partners study
Latest episode features interviews with Forza Horizon 3 dev Playground Games and legendary guitarist Phil Campbell
Publishers and developers back ESA's move, but questions remain over price, the number of consumers and whether the show is suitable for them
The GI.biz team discusses the LA show opening its doors to 15,000 members of the public