Pomerantz LLP declared it is investigating security fraud claims or any other illegal business practices on Activision-Blizzard's investors' behalf. One expert warns that this is a normal practice after a 'very bad day at the market' and most likely reflects lawyers 'gaming the securities laws.'
In a post published on TwitLonger, Murillo-Cuellar alleges he was the victim of racist abuse and discrimination from April to December 2016, arguing he was 'failed by leadership' at Blizzard when he asked for help.
Political projects that solely utilize Unity as a 3D software or game engine will compete to receive $25,000 in financial support.
Facebook's Oculus Rift saw strong performance during the holiday season as Amazon sold out of units and Steam reported higher numbers in Rift users, but the numbers don't suggest a sustainable VR boom.
Both Tencent and NetEase are missing from the first 80 games approved for the market, sparking to a slow thaw for the growing Chinese gaming market.
Game Workers Unite UK has become a legal trade union within Britain. The union's formation speaks to a growing call for change among game industry workers.
Months after implementing an automatic ban system targeting abusive words in chat, Ubisoft has decided to change the feature by simply filtering inappropriate messages.
Mere days after announcing a new Toronto office and acquiring Bingo Pop, Jam City reportedly let go a "large number" of staff, pointing to volatility in the gaming industry for growing developers.