EA mobile exec Jeff Karp sees "immediate opportunities" to bring Golf Clash design elements to EA Sports series, potential for "future synergies"
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Brendan joined GamesIndustry International in 2012. Based in Toronto, Ontario, he was previously senior news editor at CBS-owned GameSpot in the US.
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A guest editorial from Sony Online Entertainment's John Smedley holds up surprisingly well, while other predictions of the era... don't.
Market intelligence firm expects 11.2% CAGR from 2019 through 2024; this year's worldwide mobile gaming market projected to be $90.7bn
Epic says it has paid the $6 million it owed the iPhone maker, but Apple responded it "will not consider any further requests for reinstatement"
CEO Herman Narula says company has been working on "Project Morpheus" solutions to help metaverse companies, will soon have profitable businesses of its own
After two more investigations are revealed by the press, publisher's CEO says it is "committed to addressing all workplace issues in a forthright and prompt manner"
Update: Equal Employement Opportunity Commission reportedly also looking into allegations against publisher
Stuart Dinsey believes the question of legislation will come down to the actions of a few big companies "who have had a hugely profitable business model rightly challenged"
An ADL survey says online harassment is getting worse as the industry is waking up to a problem of its own creation
Inventor of ZX Spectrum, Sinclair C5 electric vehicle, and Sinclair Executive pocket calculator dies after a long illness
EA pushes upcoming shooter's release from October 22 to November 19, reiterates previous full-year bookings forecast
ADL-Newzoo survey notes spike in US gamers reporting certain types of harassment; 60% of teens say they were harassed while playing
Update: The charge has been made publicly available, with CWA accusing Activision Blizzard of "repeatedly [engaging] in unlawful conduct"
CEOs of Conan Exiles developer and Cabinet Group talk about the deal that includes rights to Conan along with Solomon Kane, Mutant Year Zero, and dozens more properties
CEO Fredrik Wester says he has been working to better himself, will not be directly involved in handling related issues
Update: Ruling on the merits includes additional insight on why Epic won just one of ten counts
An attempt to offer good news for people who are tired of bad news
With a day still left, Itch.io collection of 15 games from Louisiana developers tops original funding goal five times over
Riders Republic creative director promoted as employee group criticizes lack of diversity in editorial leadership
Twin Mirror and Tell Me Why studio will let all employees choose whether they want to go into the office or work remotely
Brian Bucklew and Jason Grinblat discuss the many benefits (and few trade-offs) of a tightly moderated Discord channel
Negative impact of studio's conflation of crunch with quality is only amplified by the success of its games
As the strategy RPG series marks five million units sold, NIS president Sohei Niikawa discusses its enduring appeal
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