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"
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"
Players encouraged to identify games that don't require real name registration or implement time and spending limits
Claire Hart served for more than three years at the World of Warcraft firm
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"
Apple must allow app developers to point consumers at alternative payment methods - but there will be many more legal wrangles before the impact on mobile games is clear
The India-based mobile esports company is valued at $2.3 billion
Legal experts discuss the ramifications of the recent court decision in the ongoing dispute
Update: The charge has been made publicly available, with CWA accusing Activision Blizzard of "repeatedly [engaging] in unlawful conduct"
Profit before tax hits £14 million, net cash up 32% to £66.6 million
1047 Games' Ian Proulx explores how to narrow down prospects, remove confusion, and speed up the funding process
Fortnite firm turns to US Court of Appeals as its legal crusade continues
Lawsuit accuses two individuals of being the source of recent targeted attacks against marginalized streamers
Update: Ruling on the merits includes additional insight on why Epic won just one of ten counts
Sebastian Ahlskog no longer has to pay fine after Swedish Court of Appeal orders original judgement be amended
Update: Chivalry 2 creator Torn Banner Studios also distances itself from Tripwire
With this acquisition, the games monetisation platform aims at strengthening its offering across Europe
The company's audio ads aim to avoid disrupting gameplay
With legislation regulating app stores considered by many regions, South Korea's typically early-mover approach will be watched carefully
Latest funding round will go towards growing its subscription platform for free-to-play games
184 video games projects reached their goal, versus 168 last year