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Christopher Dring, Publisher

Christopher Dring has spent a decade in the games industry, initially in development, before joining GamesIndustry in 2016. He led UK games business publication MCV for five years, and has contributed to Develop, eSports Pro, BBC, The Observer and Sky News. He also really likes playing Nintendo games, but don't hold that against him.

Recent articles by Christopher Dring

How to handle entitled gamers when announcing a mobile game

Blizzard isn't the first games giant to have to manage its fans when moving to smartphones

By Christopher Dring

Red Dead Redemption 2 makes $725 million in three days

It's the second biggest entertainment launch in history behind GTA V

By Christopher Dring

Turning a documentary into a video game

The team behind Never Alone discuss its upcoming Blue Planet tie-in with the BBC

By Christopher Dring

Red Dead Redemption 2 UK sales more than double the first game

Rockstar's latest epic is the second fastest-selling game of the year

By Christopher Dring

All eyes on Red Dead as UK games retail falters

LEGO, SoulCalibur and Starlink fail to lift physical sales in poor start to Q4

By Christopher Dring

How to avoid video game development crunch

“Teams who are having fun make better games and making games should be fun - otherwise, what's the point?”

By Christopher Dring

Starlink: Is this Christmas' riskiest video game?

In a period awash with major sequels, Ubisoft's Starlink is the only new IP coming out. Can it survive?

By Christopher Dring

Watch our Best Places To Work Awards opening video here

We interviewed employees at the No.1 games companies in the UK

By Christopher Dring

UK Charts: Physical Call of Duty launch sales lowest in 11 years

But it's the biggest digital launch in Activision's history

By Christopher Dring

Sega will shift QA team from UK to Bulgaria

New Sofia division is to meet the 'ever-growing needs of the expanding Sega Europe operation'

By Christopher Dring

Chilean mobile game dev attracts $1.4m investment

TinyBytes backed by Initial Capital and London Venture Partners

By Christopher Dring

Nintendo planning new Switch for 2019 - Report

Wall Street Journal says an improved model is set for late next year

By Christopher Dring

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