Attorney Richard Hoeg weighs in on the increase in protective litigation on the part of game publishers.
In a new interview, Spencer takes aim at growing console gaming's audience.
The ever-shifting nature of the cloud market is causing many publishers to carefully consider their approach, according to analyst Piers Harding-Rolls.
Red Dead Redemption 2's short-lived Hot Coffee mod shines light on legal tightrope modders must walk
The relationship between publishers and modders is a delicate one. GameDaily spoke with legal analysts in order to get some perspective.
Indie devs have long questioned the relevance of user reviews, and the latest case simply fans the flames.
New legal counsel has been brought in, and will likely seek more substantial compensation.
For mobile analyst group Sensor Tower, the companion app represents a way for publishers to bridge the gap between multiple platforms.
The headset manufacturer is celebrating a decade of business this month. We speak with Turtle Beach and The NPD Group.
The 'Louvre Agreement' will give 13 teams a share of the revenue and more involvement in business decisions.
Embracer Group, THQ Nordic's parent company, now boasts 26 video game studios, having added two more this week.