Riot is using Gelb as evidence of its purported commitment to change, making an example of the consequences.
New CEO J. Allen Brack cites 'tough choices' that have similarly helped Blizzard grow in the past.
The tools, originally built for Fortnite, will not be restricted by engines, platforms, or stores.
Months after implementing an automatic ban system targeting abusive words in chat, Ubisoft has decided to change the feature by simply filtering inappropriate messages.
While this year's Game Awards more than doubled its viewership from last year, marking a victory for "streaming only" shows.
The settlement is confidential, and ZeniMax's already-reduced $250,000 court award could have been vacated on appeal.
Brian Fargo announces Robot Cache, digital games marketplace that will allow players to resell games
Publishers will keep 95% of a game's sales through the platform.
Red Hat's Leigh Day talks about Linux, open-source development, and most importantly, how these things help people enjoy video games.
On top of making sure new games meet China's ambiguous ethical standards, the newly formed committee is also reviewing titles that already launched.
There's also something fishy going on in Sweden.