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Halt on new-game licenses in China buoy Steam's market presence as Tencent continues to suffer
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Valve's platform now supports 28 different global languages
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Valve's 'anything goes' approach to curation does not include Boobs Battleground, Logan vs KSI or Putin, Boobs and Trump
"Crack the Whip" card used to boost black hero class will now be called "Coordinated Assault"
Devs can opt out, but reported comments will now be reviewed by an internal moderation team
"The fact is, these restrictions are the downside of being the poster child for the first fully uncensored adult game on Steam," says developer Dharker Studios
New filter among a host of changes to make it easier for users to avoid certain kinds of content
How the company is keeping its focus narrow for the upcoming online trading card game
First time the championship has been held outside of North America since the 2011 debut
Valve rolls out new open source compatibility tool Proton, complete with Vulkan support
Dota 2 tournament's $24.8 million pool once again largest in esports history
Update: New hub integrates Steamworks capabilities, adds watch parties ahead of Dota 2's The International
Negligee: Love Stories forced into a likely delay as Valve continues work on content filter
Professional teams competing in The International 2018 advised to end existing long-term contracts
Steep decrease after January surge may reflect popularity of PUBG, then Fortnite
Dialogue boxes warn users if they attempt to purchase items for a game they don't own, or a new release
Game disguised as indie platformer installed programs to mine cryptocurrency using players' computers
Pinkerton is back one year after leaving, follows The Invisible Hours writer Rob Yescombe's arrival at the company
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