Former Remedy CEO says games companies require good character to thrive, not just technical expertise.
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In an op-ed published on Monday, Xbox head Phil Spencer made clear that 'no one group owns gaming' and that the medium 'must promote and protect the safety of all.'
The publisher joins Sony and Microsoft in not having a booth, but will still have a private presence; EA returning to LACC.
'Hate speech, threats, and bigotry have no place in the LCS,' Commissioner Chris Greeley said in a Twitter post.
In the crossover event of the decade, CEOs Kenichiro Yoshida and Satya Nadella have released a 'memorandum of understanding' that will bring the companies together to solve mutual technological problems.
Pierre-Louis moves into permanent role, but questions about the US industry trade body remain, thanks to a Variety report.
Analytics group Newzoo announces Gamer Segmentation, a new way to categorize game enthusiasts.
Months after Rockstar Games came under scrutiny for its internal work conditions, Mortal Kombat 11 developer NetherRealm Studios is under fire for allegations of misogyny and mistreatment in its workplace.
GameDaily spoke with the Vancouver-based studio about their soon-to-be-released arcade shooter meets military simulation game, Squad, and how a combined military background has influenced more than just a game -- it's built the company, too.