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Bobby Kotick expects Activision Blizzard to become “the very best example for other companies to emulate”

CEO of Call of Duty and World of Warcraft publisher also promised “people will be held accountable for their actions”

By James Batchelor

Abuse allegations overshadow Activision Blizzard second quarter results

CEO Bobby Kotick insists "we remain intensely focused on the well-being of our employees" as publisher sees bookings drop 8% year-over-year

By Brendan Sinclair

Activision Blizzard staff reject company's choice of law firm

Employee group continues to ask leadership to address their demands for a better workplace

By Jeffrey Rousseau

Best Places To Work Awards Winner: Phoenix Labs

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

By Christopher Dring

Skillz invests $50m in Exit Games

Mobile esports platform aims to expand its selection of supported titles with multiplayer technology

By Jeffrey Rousseau

The mobile board game market is growing, and ripe for disruption | Opinion

The physical board game boom has been raging for years but hasn't had the slightest repercussions on mobile (yet)

By Nicolas Weber-Krebs

President J. Allen Brack leaves Blizzard

Exec VPs Jen Oneal and Mike Ybarra to take over as "co-leaders" of the company

By Danielle Partis

Playdate sells out 2021 stock supply in less than 20 minutes

20,000 consoles allocated for this year, Panic assures that pre-orders for 2022 will be scaled to fit demand

By Danielle Partis

EA and Internet Matters launch Play Together/Play Smart campaign

Latest industry initiative to educate parents and guardians about spending limits and family settings backed by Ian Wright and Scummy Mummies

By James Batchelor

Belong to open first gaming arena in the US

The company aims at opening 500 gaming centers in the US in the next five years

By Marie Dealessandri

Amber hires Keywords, EA veteran as CEO

Jaime Gine joins as the development company also hires new head of business development, Brian Waddle

By Marie Dealessandri

Netmarble to acquire SpinX Games for $2.19bn

Lineage 2: Revolution publisher aims to add social casino games to its catalog

By Jeffrey Rousseau

Take-Two sales dip in first quarter

Results fall compared to first quarter of the pandemic but publisher beats guidance; GTA 5 hits 150 million copies shipped

By Brendan Sinclair

Plarium to acquire Futureplay Studios

Raid: Shadow Legends studio will use its resources to grow Finnish casual games developer

By Jeffrey Rousseau

Best Places To Work Awards Winner: Schell Games

We interview educational games developer Schell Games, one of the 11 winners of our first GamesIndustry.biz US Best Places To Work Awards

By Christopher Dring

Riot Games to open new studio in China

Publisher expresses confidence in the market as it aims to expand to the country

By Jeffrey Rousseau

China anti-trust regulators reportedly delay Nvidia's Arm acquisition

Arm licensees Huawei and ZTE seemingly opposed to the business deal

By Jeffrey Rousseau

Get a Job in Games month: The full guide to finding your place in the industry

Everything we published as part of the GamesIndustry.biz Academy event in one place

By Marie Dealessandri

Winning the business development game (without feeling like a sell-out)

Fundamentally Games' Oscar Clark details ways to connect with people, build relationships and find business opportunities

By Oscar Clark

Bungie and Ubisoft file joint lawsuit over subscription cheat website

Organisation Ring-1 under fire for selling Rainbow Six: Siege and Destiny 2 hacks

By Danielle Partis

Undead Labs founder and ex-Blizzard dev Jeff Strain calls for unionisation

“If this does not show us that our colleagues need support and protection, I can't imagine how much worse it will have to get”

By James Batchelor

Facebook blocks Road 96 ad "for being political"

Questions arise as to which game advertisements comply with platform's ad policies

By Jeffrey Rousseau

The GamesIndustry.biz Academy Jobscast: Recruitment and diversity

Final episode of our four-part series now available, discusses how to improve your hiring process and appeal to a broader range of applicants

By James Batchelor

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