Quixel's 3D assets and creation tools are now free for Unreal users. According to Quixel co-founder Teddy Bergsman, joining forces with Epic is "the next step in democratizing transformative technology and content."
Capping off a year of legal disputes, racism accusations, and contract terminations, Echo Fox's investors confirmed to Win.gg that the esports organization has disbanded for good.
Starbreeze has had to sell much of its assets in order to keep its doors open while repeatedly requesting extensions from the Swedish government to complete its financial reconstruction.
CouRage's exclusivity agreement with YouTube marks the fourth major departure from Twitch this year, and the third in under two weeks. (Photo: Matt Shouse/YouTube)
On a quarterly earnings call earlier this week, COO Blake Jorgensen revealed that EA's net revenue was $1.348 billion for the second fiscal quarter of 2020, topping the publisher's original estimate by $33 million.
Cory 'Gothalion' Michael, who goes by the handle KingGothalion, is the third major Twitch personality to abandon Amazon's streaming platform in favor of Microsoft's this year. He joins Ninja and Shroud in bolstering the Mixer lineup.
Just in time for the holiday season, Microsoft is bringing Xbox All Access back to the market. Originally introduced in 2018, the program splits the cost of an Xbox console, Game Pass, and Xbox Live over two years of monthly payments.
Shroud's departure from Twitch makes this the second time this year a top streamer has left the Amazon-owned platform behind in favor of Microsoft's Mixer streaming service. Though Twitch is still by far the most-used service, Mixer has been steadily growing this year.
EA hasn't published an NCAA sports game since a $60 million settlement granted college athletes compensation for their appearances in the games. CEO Andrew Wilson hopes a recently passed California law, which goes into effect in 2023, will make it possible to revive the publisher's NCAA line.