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The daily fantasy sports industry is moving faster than anyone can keep up with. A conference this week shed light on changes.
Sony's taking pains not to compare the launch of PlayStation VR to that of a new video game console.
Electronic Arts wants the video game world to know how dedicated it is to "Star Wars." But don't look for a new title this year.
Bethesda Softworks isn't planning to stay on the sidelines as VR games grab a foothold in the industry.
The company unveiled a new Xbox One system, code named Project Scorpio, that greatly enhances the hardware power.
The NPD Group has compiled a list of the top selling console video games since 1995 for CNBC.com — and 'Call of Duty' holds four of the top 10 spots.
The CEO of Ubisoft says he's confident the French videogame publisher will be able to fend off a move by Vivendi.
All-girl gaming group Asterisk* has been playing long enough to see e-sports go from marginal to big-money mainstream.
The major gaming companies are most likely to thrive in the VR segment in the short-run, says Frank N. Magid Associates' Mike Vorhaus.
Ilkka Paananen, CEO and co-founder of Supercell, discusses creating video games and responds to rumors that Tencent seeks to buy a majority stake.
The kickoff of the video game industry's annual E3 trade show in Los Angeles, seems to be emphasizing the transition looming over the gaming industry.
Blizzard Entertainment said that it will start livestreaming API into its video games allowing gaming sessions going directly to FB.
Tesla's CEO says it's possible our existence is really a simulation run by a highly advanced civilization. Recode reports.
Digital video game sales hit $6.2 billion in April as revenue from PC titles climbed while mobile and console transactions cooled off.
Microsoft may be releasing a new video games console, codenamed Scorpio, for release in 2017, according to several gaming news websites.
Machine Zone is using the tech that powers its best-selling video games to transform New Zealand's public transportation.
Japanese video game maker Nintendo Co. is eyeing the movie business for growth.
“The Angry Birds Movie”, based on the popular game, flew to the top of the U.S. box office after earning $39 million in its first weekend.
Twitch is becoming a gaming juggernaut with almost 14,000 elite gamers, who generated $60 million in revenue last year.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on the new trend of companies using gaming as a recruiting tool. TIAA's Stephanie Link and CNBC's Mike Santoli weigh in.
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