Sales of publishing rights help keep Starbreeze's head above water, but losses are mounting.
While Nvidia's Q2 2020 earnings dropped year-over-year, the results were an improvement over the first quarter and exceeded analyst expectations.
With over $300 million up for grabs in esports tournaments this year alone, paying out this money is becoming a longer, more complicated process. Prize Payments is hoping to make things easier for both players and organizers, saving time and money.
A strong quarter doesn't erase the ill-advised AMA on 8chan, however.
Paradox continues to expand its portfolio beyond grand strategy and the PC platform and seems to be working out great.
Although King remained mostly the same, both Activision Publishing and Blizzard took significant hits to segmented net revenue this quarter, leading to an overall decline for Activision Blizzard.
Resident Evil 2, Monster Hunter World, and Devil May Cry V are the largest contributors to the publisher's successful quarter.
The publisher has increased full-year guidance ahead of a hotly anticipated holiday sales season.
Empires & Puzzles and Merge Dragons! were huge contributors as Zynga's live services continue to drive record results. COO Matt Bromberg chats with GameDaily about the growth strategy.
After a somewhat promising start to 2019's fiscal year, Sega announced that it would be focusing on further growing its digital, mobile, and retail games offers in preparation for new 'platforms and services.'