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.
Following a reduction in Blitzchung's suspension, American University players have now also been banned for six months. We chat with an attorney about free speech. [UPDATED]
The publisher moved quickly to rectify the problem with Stellaris: Galaxy Command after fans on Reddit pointed out that in-game assets had been taken from the Halo series. The game's beta has been taken down in order to undergo a full content audit.
Reaction to the move has been almost universally negative, with effects stretching beyond the games industry.
The months-long saga reaches a boiling point as Fox prepares to take Raizada and Sclavos to court.
A joint statement from CEO Randy Pitchford and former legal counsel Wade Callender stated 'the evidence exonerated... Pitchford from the allegations against him.' The two parties have been embroiled in a legal battle since October 2018.
Founding partner at Premack Rogers PLLC, Dan Lee Rogers, walks us through the implications of reselling digital games in a marketplace not really built for that kind of transaction. (Yet.)
The legal firm handling the Joy-Con drift lawsuit has amended its complaint filed back in July. One attorney tells GameDaily that it seems like a premature move.
The tumultuous past surrounding ownership of the Duke Nukem property has left its composer frustrated.
Frogwares games pulled from storefronts amid dispute with publisher, Focus Home Interactive [Update]
Frogwares, which has made a number of detective games using the Sherlock Holmes IP, said that it is bracing 'for a significant loss.' The developer claims that Focus Home refuses to transfer Title IDs back to Frogwares, even though their contract has expired.