Here's what happened in influencer marketing and streaming news for the week of February 18-22, 2019.
Epic Games is injecting even more money into the competitive Fortnite scene.
Here's what happened in influencer marketing news for the week of February 4-8, 2019.
Athenascope Founder Chris Kirmse wants to change the way people play and watch games together.
Respawn's new free-to-play battle royale shooter is having its moment in the spotlight thanks (in part) to strong Twitch performance.
An upgraded version of last year's All-Access tool gives players more viewing options, and could change how we think about watching esports competitions.
Mixer's 'Season 2' announcements are built on three tiers: expression, streamer support, and recognition. And, most importantly, their continued dedication to putting community at the forefront of its decisions.
Netflix says what we've all known for a while now: video games are eating into non-interactive screen time.
The UK-based retro gaming subscription aims to go global and eventually offer all current games, CEO Steve Cottam tells GameDaily.
Fortnite: Battle Royale's streaming hours are constantly growing. The hit battle royale game saw nearly 19 million hours' worth of live content over the past quarter, according to data collected from Streamlabs.