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Michael Acton Smith, CEO of Mind Candy, says the company is turning its Moshi Monsters game into a franchise and discusses its next game ¿ World of Warriors ¿as well as the challenges with mobile gaming.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to Strauss Zelnick, Take-Two Interactive chairman & CEO, about how the company's plans to follow up on the success of Grand Theft Auto V and its upcoming slate of games.
Months after Facebook bought virtual reality headset maker Oculus and Sony announced Morpheus, virtual reality is in the spotlight at the E3.
Robert Kotick, Activision Blizzard president & CEO, discusses competition with Electronic Arts, and the enthusiasm surrounding its current game lineup.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to Shawn Layden, Sony Entertainment America CEO, about what differentiates PlayStation television from its competitors and its focus on becoming an entertainment hub.
Mark Walton, senior writer at GameSpot, says Microsoft "seems to have got the buzz" at the E3 show due to its "stream" of great games.
The NCAA's $20 million settlement over college-themed football and basketball games will not affect EA's strategy, its CEO said.
With Sony's PlayStation outselling Microsoft's Xbox One, the pressure is on for Microsoft to show it has the new games to boost sales of its console.
Xbox head Phil Spencer goes one-on-one with CNBC's Julia Boorstin at this year's Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Just seven years ago, Nintendo was the undisputed king of the video game world. How times change.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Microsoft is making headlines at "E3" with new games for Xbox One. FMHR trader Josh Brown says it's not a good business for Microsoft and they should get out.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports from the "E3" event where game makers will showcase upcoming video games and reveal the latest bells and whistles for consoles.
Just as video game publishers are getting used to the disruption Apple and Google brought to the industry, another shake-up might be looming.
With the release of the PS4 and Xbox One, there's a new mid-year sales leader in the videogame industry—and it's not Call of Duty for a change.
*Sony to use PlayStation to expand $2 billion network business. TOKYO, May 26- Sony Corp aims to step up sales of its PlayStation 4 game console to drive growth in its network services such as streamed games and video and recapture the momentum its hardware business has lost against rivals such as Apple and Samsung Electronics.
Paul Raines, Gamestop CEO, discusses how digital downloads are affecting their brick & mortar and software strategy. Raines also addresses if they plan to change perception that Gamestop is more than a mall store.
Discussing the potential deal between Google and video game streaming service Twitch, and what the deal would mean for YouTube, with Dan Porter, former CEO of OMG Pop. Porter says this is about building the live capabilities of what YouTube has and this is bigger than a billion dollar deal.
Thor Fridriksson, QuizUp founder & CEO, says he hasn't thought about going public yet. He discusses the company's creative idea to boost revenue.
YouTube is reportedly ready to make its largest acquisition ever. CNBC's Josh Lipton provides insight to the potential deal.
Video game makers like EA look for ways around high taxes to build a big following in Brazil ahead of the World Cup.