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  • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare (Credit: Activision-Blizzard) -

    Bobby Kotick, Activision Blizzard CEO, discusses partnerships with Microsoft and Sony, with and CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  • Xbox and PlayStation signage on display at the 2014 E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo.

    The holiday season could be another chance for Microsoft's Xbox to reclaim the title of the industry's best selling video game system.

  • This virtual reality experience will be the best: Oculus CEO

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin sits down with Brendan Iribe, Oculus CEO, for an exclusive interview to discuss competition and the future of gaming.

  • Gaming sees double digit growth

    Min-Liang Tan, CEO of Razer, discusses growth in the gaming sector and competition in the industry.

  • Sony PS4 vs. Xbox One: Sony CEO

    Shawn Layden, Sony Computer Entertainment America president and CEO, weighs in on competing against other big names in gaming.

  • After years of downplaying and denigrating the mobile market, Nintendo may be doubling down on it.

  • We can piggyback on Sony: GameStop CFO

    Robert Lloyd, GameStop CFO, discusses the company's outlook on digital sales and why its strategy consists of diversifying its business, including participation in the streaming market through Sony.

  • Recode conference

    Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe said Wednesday that his Oculus headset and the computer needed to run it will cost “in the $1,500 range.”

  • Pac-Man

    The arcade game turns 35 on Friday, and in the years since his debut, he has appeared on virtually every video game platform to hit shelves.

  • Moshi Monsters

    Mobile games have exploded recently but many gamemakers are struggling forcing them to look for new ways to engage users.

  • Treating ADHD through gaming?

    Arab-Israeli entrepreneur Aziz Kaddan hopes his wearable technology and software, Myndlift, will help people with ADHD learn to focus without taking medicine. CNBC's Dina Gusovsky reports.

  • Zynga headquarters in San Francisco

    The social gaming space is falling behind the curve for the booming video game industry, a report from SuperData Research shows.

  • Tiger Woods watches a tee shot during a practice round prior to the start of the 2015 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club, April 7, 2015, in Augusta, Ga.

    One fantasy sports start-up says that the number of weekly users for its golf product has grown tenfold over the last year.

  • DraftKings

    Walt Disney is making a $250-million bet on DraftKings, a Boston-based fantasy sports start-up, the WSJ reported.

  • Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter in the film “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.”

    Consumers will buy into virtual reality when it offers a convincing sense of being in another place, Sony PlayStation's Rick Marks says.

  • Virtual reality gamers' new toy

    Insight to the experience with PlayStation 4's new version of Project Morpheus, and when virtual reality could go mainstream, with Richard Marks, PlayStation R&D senior director.

  • Video gamers striking it rich

    CNBC's Phil Han reports from the UK's first ever permanent e-sports gaming arena and speaks to players hoping to take home the big prize.

  • 'Start shorting Nintendo,' says this expert

    Amir Anvarzadeh, director of Japan Equity sales at BGC Securities, says investors can start shorting Nintendo at 19,500 yen on Thursday because the partnership with DeNA is unlikely to give the firm a huge boost.

  • Mario Kart 8

    DeNA has launched a “business and capital alliance” with gaming giant Nintendo; meaning that Luigi and Mario could be on your phone quite soon.

  • The Nvidia Shield Android tablet.

    Nvidia announced the Nvidia Shield, an Android based set-top box, the latest in a series of consumer product launches from the company.

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