Plaintiff in class-action suit says Xbox One controllers have problems with faulty analog sticks
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18 plaintiffs have joined suit against Nintendo, claiming unfair and deceptive business practices
Esports organization agrees former general partner Rick Fox made false statements that harmed a co-founder and investor
Elias Viglione describes outburst as "moment of temporary insanity"
DMCA subpoena issued to identify user who posted new screenshot
Update: Riot responds, adding that it will defend itself from "false narratives and unfair claims"
Employees vote in favor of joining the Office and Professional Employees International Union
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With Britain leaving the EU, VC investment is up and game dev tax breaks could be strengthened, but uncertainty looms over every outcome
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Legal expert Dr Andreas Lober offers practical advice to publishers battling the rise of cheat software in online games
French game workers union concerned about reports of dysfunction in academic settings, hopes to implement action plan
UKIE suggests "little impact" on games industry, while TIGA welcomes attention given to creative and STEM sectors
Maricar must change its name, pay out $458k instead of $92k to Nintendo
With the remake, Blizzard appears to be trying to avoid another Dota situation
Bipartisan legislation aims to protect gaming industry from lawsuits if games don't let users cash out
Combined concerns around bullying and gaming disorder could lead to "badly-informed regulation that damages the functioning of the industry"