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WE ARE EXPTERTS IN TWO INDUSTRIES

Alibaba gets serious about mobile games

The Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has big plans for entering the mobile market. The company just announced its intention to invest $145 million into the development of a global distribution network for mobile games. Plans for a strong and powerful alliance Simon...

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Chuck Norris gets his own mobile game

This year the legendary Chuck Norris turns 77. And for his birthday a very special present awaits him. The martial arts expert and movie star will get his very own mobile game. The game is called Nonstop Chuck Norris and has been developed by Flaregames. Chuck Norris...

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Google makes game advertisement easier

A lot of revenue Google makes is due to the booming mobile gaming industry. Knowing this, it comes as no surprise that the company is interested in pushing Google Play games to more customers. And to do just that, Google announced a new tool that makes advertising...

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XBOX becomes Spotify for games

To revitalize its struggling game console XBOX Microsoft looked at Spotify and Netflix. It adopted the subscription model consumers are already used to with music and videos. In spring Microsoft will launch the XBOX Game Pass. First games are already teased For only...

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Nindento Switch divides opinions

Nintendo just started to widely advertise its new game device (e.g. at this year's Super Bowl). The Switch comes with revolutionary new features, combining traditional console with a mobile device. Still, the opinions on the Switch range from overexcited to deeply...

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This year E3 finally opens to the public

One of the highlights of the year for the video game industry is clearly the Electronic Entertainment Expo, better known as E3. It is one of the biggest video game events in the world. But in the past, it has always been closed to the public. To attend it you had to...

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Live on stage with Rock Band VR

One of the coolest VR experiences is upon us as it seems. On March 23 Rock Band VR will come to Oculus Rift. And you can probably imagine what that means. Not only do you get to rock at home, but also on stage now. Virtually of course. VR stage experience Rock Band...

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Netflix taps into merchandising market

In its core market video streaming service, Netflix is the undoubted number one. Now the company wants to expand its business to other fields as well. And merchandising seems to be a lucrative new income source to support its primary subscription-selling business....

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Hatch brings free game streaming to Android

How would it be if you could stream new games on your Android phone completely free, even without in-app purchases? Well, you might soon be able to find out. The social game streaming platform Hatch is about to launch this year and make exactly that possible. 50...

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Video game commercials rock Super Bowl 2017

The Super Bowl is not only the most important sports event in the US. For years it has inspired companies and advertisement agencies to leave an impression with the audience. One can argue if the quality has gotten worse during recent years. One thing is for certain,...

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Power Rangers coming to Android and iOS in March

Power Ranger fans have an exciting spring ahead. Not only is a new Power Ranger movie in the making. But along with it, a mobile game will hit the market in March as nWay just announced. First details unveiled In cooperation with Lionsgate and Saban Brands, the game...

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Will Microsoft’s Surface Phone be foldable?

Mobile devices have undergone a tremendous development boost during the last couple of years. Still, there is a lot of space for improvement and recently manufacturers did not manage to dazzle consumers with something truly different. Microsoft might change that now...

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Nintendo brings Fire Emblem to Android first

Nintendo pushed hard onto the mobile market. After the release of Super Mario Run the company now focuses on Fire Emblem. And with its next release around the franchise, Nintendo seems to follow a slightly different strategy than before. Android first Instead of...

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Global app market grew faster than ever in 2016

It is no secret that the global app market is soaring. Now the analytics service App Annie released new data in its year-end report showing how impressive the growth on that market really is. 2016 was another extraordinary year for the industry. App downloads grew 15%...

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