For mobile analyst group Sensor Tower, the companion app represents a way for publishers to bridge the gap between multiple platforms.
Rather than challenge EA or 2K, co-founders Jon Middleton and Pete Wanat tell GameDaily that the goal is to offer more approachable, quick session sports.
Sensor Tower's Katie Williams weighs in on the impact of the once-popular live quiz game.
Double Loop is led by former Kongregate CEO Emily Greer (right) and former WB Games exec Shelby Moledina. Greer tells GameDaily that women founders are 'supporting and inspiring' one another.
Despite enormous profits, this is the third year running that the mobile juggernaut has seen a drop in revenue.
Zynga president of publishing, Bernard Kim, tells GameDaily that 'consolidation will continue to happen' and Zynga continues to 'see opportunities to acquire talented teams and franchises around the world.'
Nintendo continues to experiment with subscriptions, adding a $10/month option to Fire Emblem Heroes
Fire Emblem Heroes is already its most lucrative mobile title, so Nintendo is aiming to further extend its lifespan.
Ubisoft is making a play to 'strengthen our idle portfolio,' according to Jean-Michel Detoc. Sensor Tower says it's a good move for Ubisoft to bolster its mobile presence.
Scopely's Chief Revenue Officer, Tim O'Brien, tells us 2019 was a 'transformative year' for the company. Now they are reimagining Scrabble as part of the strategy of 'building long-term, durable game franchises.'
The mobile-focused publisher will help Phoenix Labs "craft Dauntless into one of the best free-to-play games on the market," CEO Jesse Houston told GameDaily. We also spoke to Niko Partners and Sensor Tower about the deal.