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    Less than six months after launching its eSports subsidiary, Activision Blizzard seems to have a hit on its hands.

  • tests a new 'Gears of War' game at the Xbox display on the second day of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, known as E3 at the Convention Center in Los Angeles, California on June 17, 2015.

    E3, the video game industry's largest trade show, is struggling with an exodus of publishers.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    The Fed turned up the heat around a possible December rate hike, just as the government is about to release a report expected to show sluggish GDP growth.

  • Torsten Reil, CEO of NaturalMotion

    Zynga is giving the world its first glimpse of action game "Dawn of Titans," which the company is counting on to revive sales growth.

  • Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    As markets await Fed's move to end the quantitative easing program when it releases its statement Wednesday, traders keep eyes on oil and earnings.

  • The original My Little Pony characters, on display at the International Toy Fair in New York City

    Hasbro doesn't toy around when it comes to R&D. A look inside the art of innovation with My Little Pony, Mr. Potato Head and Play-Doh.

  • Real escape room players must solve puzzles to find the key to freedom.

    A few U.S. entrepreneurs are offering a real-world version of a video game in which players solve puzzles together to escape a room within an hour.

  • Adobe Systems Inc. signage is displayed outside of the company's office in San Francisco, California, U.S.

    Adobe Systems forecast profit and revenue above analysts' estimates, citing strong demand for its Creative Cloud suite and digital marketing software.

  • Electronic Arts Q4 earnings out

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Electronic Arts is declining after lowering its full-year non-GAAP net revenue guidance.

  • Capitol building Washington

    There’s a theme in the market that Cramer believes should remain intact, no matter what happens with Washington.

  • Options Action: Time to drop EA?

    Brian Stutland of Stutland Volatility Group, looks at how options traders are betting on Electronic Arts after dropping production of their NCAA college football game for 2014.

  • EA names new CEO

    Electronic Arts names Andrew Wilson, head of EA Sports, as the new CEO of the company, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  • Electronic Arts reveals new games

    News of new video games are pushing EA stock higher, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  • Game changing ruling for EA

    U.S Federal courts have appealed Electronic Arts in favor of ex-NCAA basketball and football players. Len Elmore, lawyer and former NCAA player, joins to discuss the implications and the future of EA.

  • The overall amounts of data being generated by gamers is staggering, and the next generation of video game design will feature the gamer as an unofficial co-creator.

  • Playing Killer Instinct on Microsoft's Xbox One console at the Xbox booth

    Couldn't make it to the annual video game show E3? Here's a virtual front-row seat. Buckle up!

  • Nintendo's Fils-Aime on E3, Gaming

    The Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) takes place this week in Los Angeles. CNBC's Jon Fortt sat down with Nintendo of America President & COO Reggie Fils-Aime to talk about the latest developments in the industry.

  • While video game sales have been unpredictable, the best seller rankings continue to be dominated by mega-hit franchises. See which titles are topping the charts.

  • A woman works her abs while playing the 'Core Luge' game from Wii Fit U from the new Wii U console on the third day of the E3 videogame extravaganza in Los Angeles on June7, 2012 in California.

    As publishers and console makers in the video game industry gather in Los Angeles for E3, sector players are hoping for a lift ahead of the usual holiday push.

  • Disruptors are dialing up the pressure in telecom, overcoming the high barriers to entry in one of the market's most capital-intensive industries.