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Activision Blizzard continues to stake its claim as the ESPN of competitive gaming, or e-sports, as it announces new content for viewers.
You may have heard of virtual reality (VR). You might have thought it was just a fad. But there are quite a few people who think otherwise.
Four months ago, Disney boasted loudly about the strength of its video game unit. Tuesday, the company shut it down.
A tech guru has found a way of playing failed virtual reality (VR) gaming on brand new devices.
With several virtual reality devices such as the Oculus Rift being released in 2016, Newzoo have looked into consumer demand for them.
Pushing the NX to early next year will cause some short term pain, since the company will have nothing big to lure holiday consumers.
The deal will give a group led by wireless pioneer John Stanton 90 percent ownership of the Mariners, the Seattle Times reported.
The chief executive CEO of an eSports firm might have let slip that Microsoft may have sold half the number of games consoles as rival Sony.
Mobile gaming revenues are expected to outstrip the money generated by console and PC games in 2016 for the first time, a new report shows.
Rumors have emerged that a new version of Sony’s PlayStation 4 will be called the NEO, and experts think the console will help boost sales.
Less than six months after launching its eSports subsidiary, Activision Blizzard seems to have a hit on its hands.
Betting on computer game competitions, or e-sports, is set to generate significant revenues for gambling operators, according to experts.
The end of March Madness will also mark the end of college fantasy games, the NCAA announced Thursday.
Sony has formed a new company that will create mobile games for iOS and Android devices.
With a new system looming, Nintendo may be getting ready to sunset the Wii U.
Nintendo shares spiked over 8 percent Tuesday after the company's first mobile app, Miitomo, racked up a million users in three days.
DraftKings and FanDuel will stop running paid contests in New York, pending an appeal and possible legislation legalizing them.
Sony's version of virtual reality will cost a few hundred dollars less than competitors when its headset is released in October.
Sony’s announcement about the PlayStation VR, a virtual reality gaming system, has set the scene for tough competition among tech giants.
A champion Go player scored his first win over a Go-playing computer program on Sunday after losing three straight times.
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