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Articles by Brendan Sinclair
Brendan Sinclair, Managing Editor
Brendan joined GamesIndustry International in 2012. Based in Toronto, Ontario, he was previously senior news editor at CBS-owned GameSpot in the US.
Recent articles by Brendan Sinclair
Racists are comfortable in gaming communities because platforms haven't done enough to get rid of them
This week saw another cloud-chasing outfit exit the scene as Improbable sold off Midwinter to pursue the metaverse
In wake of anti-trans legislation and leak of Supreme Court decision on abortion, Texas developer pledges to cover costs of relocation for full-time staff
Social media platform has been running trials in Vietnam, could roll out to more markets in third quarter
Zynga shares will halt trading May 20, with the formal closing of the agreement expected May 23
Publisher posts soaring revenues on acquisitions but says it doesn't need to buy more companies to grow; Elex 2 disappoints
Letitia James also looking into 4chan and 8chan, saying the terror attack "again revealed the depths and dangers of these platforms that spread and promote hate without consequence"
Tencent Games' Vincent Wang explains how the winner-take-all battle royale plays nicely with others
Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick discusses the trouble of finding a good brand fit, properly setting expectations for the next GTA, and QA unionization
Publisher's fourth-quarter and full-year revenues rise, but pandemic engagement boost continues to fade
In addition to rollout of full subscription service, a partial offering will be included with PS Plus Extra/Premium tiers
With Roe v. Wade under the axe, the Destiny developer takes a stand for its employees' rights
City pension fund and shareholder alleges Bobby Kotick rushed the sale process to avoid fallout from scandals
Current and former workers at esports and stat-tracking app firms also describe abusive treatment by co-founder Andy Dinh
Ubisoft Montreal takes over from publisher's Pune and Mumbai studios, "will now take the time they need to regroup"
Embracer Group acquisition signals an end to Japanese publishers looking to foreign studios in fear of fading relevance
Creators pray they don't alter it any further
Streaming service could drop largest creators' subscription revenue share from 70% to 50%, looking at incentivize them to run more ads
Feardemic CEO Scott Millard talks about the indie publisher's tunnel vision on horror games and ambitions for the future
United Food and Commercial Workers Canada Union files to become bargaining agent for outsourcing firm's QA staff
Modest revenue growth at King offset by 49% drop from Activision, 43% decline from Blizzard as MAUs hit new lows
Multi-tiered subscription offering scheduled to arrive May 23 in Asian markets outside Japan
A look at the possible motives for edits to transphobic content in the latest Grand Theft Auto 5 re-release
Activision Blizzard CEO subsequent girlfriend, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, twice leaned on a tabloid to shelve stories on the issue