The Game Awards 2022 will be open to the public

After being invite-only last year, the Geoff Keighley-hosted awards and trailers show will sell tickets for the December 8 event at LA's Microsoft Theater

Free advice for scandal-hit publishers | This Week in Business

Are you tired of former employees who won't forgive and forget? Are you thinking of publicly attacking and humiliating them? Maybe don't do that.

By Brendan Sinclair

GamesAid's first ever fundraising gala set for November

Event will be held in London, with all profits going to the organisation's six partner charities

By James Batchelor

In the face of recession | Podcast

Latest episode available now, also the impact of GTA 6-style leaks on the games industry

By GamesIndustry Staff

Overwatch 2 tries to balance acquisition against retention | Opinion

Blizzard’s sequel-cum-relaunch remains the year’s most interesting business experiment as it tries to thread the needle of retaining existing players while appealing to newcomers

By Rob Fahey

Wildlife Studios surpasses 3 billion downloads

Mobile studio hits milestone shortly after establishing fifth studio, Moon Tavern Games

Gamurs Group buying Enthusiast Gaming sites

Update: Australian parent of Dot Esports and Prima Games confirms acquiring Destructoid, The Escapist, Upcomer and more from Canadian esports and events company

By Brendan Sinclair

Developers voice concerns over Stadia closure

Studios said they were not warned of the shutdown ahead Google's announcement yesterday

By Marie Dealessandri

Stadia shutting down

Google to refund all purchases made through its stores and allow players to access their library into early 2023

By Brendan Sinclair

Saudi Arabia sets aside $13 billion to acquire a major publisher

As part of plan to make Saudi Arabia "the ultimate global hub for the games and esports sector by 2030," Savvy Games Group details $37.8 billion in gaming investments

By Brendan Sinclair

Unknown Worlds' Moonbreaker: Canterbury Tales, miniatures, audio dramas and a best-selling author

The Subnautica studio shares more about its first live-service game and the ambitious narrative behind it

By James Batchelor

Ex-Nintendo worker details labor complaint

Former QA tester says they asked about unionization trend in January and were fired in February in retaliation

By Brendan Sinclair

Limited Run launches book publishing imprint

Press Run to release games-related books every month

By Marie Dealessandri


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