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Shawn Layden: Consolidation is the enemy of diversity

The former PlayStation exec and Streamline Media Group discuss gaming's 'third epoch'

By Christopher Dring

In the wake of the Activision Blizzard lawsuit | Podcast

Latest episode available now, discusses the need for accountability and shares resources for those who need support

By GamesIndustry Staff

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Indian live social gaming platform Eloelo raises $2.1m in funding

Investment will be used to launch be used launch multiple formats to allow content creators to monetize their content

By Jeffrey Rousseau

Best Places To Work Awards Winner: Survios

We interview VR developer Survios, one of the 11 winners of our first GamesIndustry.biz US Best Places To Work Awards

By Christopher Dring

Thinking outside the Man Box

Geena Davis and Mitu Khandaker go over the results and takeaways of a new study about masculinity in games and online communities

By Brendan Sinclair

How to get a job as a community manager in games

As communities keep growing and companies look to engage with them more genuinely, the GamesIndustry.biz Academy looks into how to get a job in community management

By Marie Dealessandri

Shawn Layden joins Streamline Media Group advisory board

Former CEO of PlayStation to provide counsel on video games and business strategy

By Jeffrey Rousseau

How to not ruin your job interview

The games industry share their stories of job interview fails (and not-so-fails)

By Christopher Dring

Death's Door hits 100,000 players in a week

Acid Nerve's title, published by Devolver Digital, released on Steam and Xbox Series X|S on July 20

Good Shepherd to close down investor portal

The firm's crowdfunding platform will shut down in September following "a shift in financing strategy"

By Marie Dealessandri

Over 1,000 current and former Activision Blizzard staff decry response to lawsuit

Signed letter says statement "creates [an] atmosphere that disbelieves victims"

By Marie Dealessandri

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Hamleys opens new video games department

London's famous toy store claims to have the largest games space in the area, considering rollout to other global outlets

By James Batchelor

Industry veteran and Sumo director Ian Richardson dies aged 53

Richardson spent over 30 years in games, serving at Gremlin, Ocean, Europress and Rage

By Christopher Dring

Spiltgate developer 1047 Games raises $10m in funding round

Developer delays launch to August after two million beta players put stress on servers

By Jeffrey Rousseau

Amazon's New World beta sees over 200,000 players

Upcoming MMO becomes one of the most played games on Steam this past weekend

By Jeffrey Rousseau

Jam City abandons plan to go public

Mobile developer ends previously announced merger with DPCM Capital

By Jeffrey Rousseau

Past harassment is still present | This Week in Business

It's a lot easier for companies to turn the page on abusive workplace scandals than it is for their victims

By Brendan Sinclair

Creative Chronicles: How to become a programmer

The GI.biz Academy partners with Creative Assembly to publish its Creative Chronicles video series, today focusing on becoming a programmer

By Creative Assembly

Best Places To Work Awards Winner: Big Run Studios

We interview mobile games developer Big Run, one of the 11 winners of our first GamesIndustry.biz US Best Places To Work Awards

By Christopher Dring

Superhot VR update removes scenes that show self-harm

Title was soon targeted by Steam 'review-bombing' as a result of the amendment

By Danielle Partis

Former Activision Blizzard execs apologise for "failing" women

Mike Morhaime and Chris Metzen both released statements addressing the harassment and discrimination lawsuit against the company

By Marie Dealessandri

Tripledot Studios opens new Barcelona office

New location headed by former Facebook and Google executive

By Danielle Partis

Get A Job In Games: Meet OPM

Sponsored article: The recruitment agency shares its expertise on the state of hiring in the video games industry

By Sponsored Article

Death Stranding has sold five million copies on PS4 and PC

Kojima Productions reveals its landmark figure ahead of Director's Cut release

By Christopher Dring

F1 2021 overtakes Zelda to claim pole position | UK Boxed Charts

Ratchet & Clank and Spider-Man sales surge as new PS5 stock arrives

By Christopher Dring

Research finds popular games skirt Chinese loot box disclosure laws

New academic paper details ways publishers hide required consumer protection information, likens behavior to that seen in alcohol, gambling, and tobacco industries

By Brendan Sinclair

Warcraft 3: Reforged devs blame company for lack of support - Report

Reduced budget, mismanagement, and smaller development team contributed to a "rough launch"

By Jeffrey Rousseau

Gaming outlets halt Activision Blizzard coverage

The Gamer, GameXplain say they won't be covering the company's products until more is done; Prima Games puts "hard pause" on Activision Blizzard and Ubisoft coverage

By Brendan Sinclair

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