Attorney Richard Hoeg and analyst Louise Shorthouse explain the significance of Apple's decision to publish its findings that the Epic Games Store stands to lose more than $300 million.
Attorney Richard Hoeg tells GameDaily that the case, which is likely headed to trial by jury, doesn't favor Epic from a legal perspective.
Developments abound in the ongoing case of Epic versus Apple. Attorney Richard Hoeg weighs in.
There are many legal and ethical elements at play in Epic's suit against the tech giants. Business attorney Richard Hoeg offers his analysis.
Wonderbelly and Hipster Whale are two women-led studios in a business that remains overwhelmingly male. Roberts and Reeves spoke with GameDaily about the challenges they face, and their optimism that the industry is slowly becoming more diverse.
California law and the concept of "value" are at the heart of the suit. Attorney Richard Hoeg discusses.
Apple's subscription gaming service frees devs to focus on fun while ignoring in-app purchase schemes. GameDaily speaks with three devs on the platform. (Pictured: Crossy Road Castle)
GameDaily chats with Ubisoft's Jason Altman and Danielle Kreinik about creating the first mainstream TV show about game development.
Apple's new headset could be ready by 2021, and is currently being worked on by game developers and ex-NASA engineers, according to Bloomberg's sources.
In his talk, Tyrone McAuley from mobile games studio PikPok explained why developers need to make sure that players continue to see value in their subscription, and what the studio did to keep their players engaged and happy.