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The sudden death of Mixer underlines how critical a far-reaching streaming platform is to Microsoft’s cloud gaming ambitionsJune 24, 2020Microsoft is sunsetting its streaming platform Mixer and transitioning its streamers and audience to Facebook Gaming as part of a new partnership. The service originally launched in January 2016 as Beam, but was acquired by Microsoft and renamed Mixer in 2017. It will shut down on July 22.
Industry gears up for return of theatrical major release slate in JulyJune 15, 2020The upcoming theatrical slate has undergone potentially one of the last major jostling of positions for 2020 as the industry gears up for return of the annual $42 billion sector (2019) in the second half.
Amazon’s first big-budget game Crucible saw a muted launch, but can a slow-burner succeed in a market of record-breaking peaks and multi-million-dollar influencer campaigns?May 28, 2020Crucible is a free-to-play sci-fi hero shooter/multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) hybrid developed by Amazon subsidiary studio Relentless.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp downloads flourish on the back of COVID-19 and the Switch offeringMay 19, 2020In March, Nintendo’s Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp (ACPC) saw its best month for global downloads since its launch in 2017, at 2.7 million across Apple App Store and Google Play Store according to Priori Data.
Niantic’s rapid response to lockdown threat cements a robust H1 2020 for Pokémon GOMay 11, 2020Pokémon GO appears largely untouched by the COVID-19-induced lockdown so far, with healthy net revenue and continuous growth throughout 1Q20.
Games-related M&A Q1 2020: Acquisitions fall as Chinese tech giants seek to diversify revenue streamsMay 06, 2020There was a broad reduction in games-related acquisitions and funding rounds in Q1, which was largely fuelled by declining activity in China. The mobile games segment remained strong and represented the majority of deals, underlining the state of the global games market as mobile-first.
Facebook Launches Facebook Gaming Mobile App to Compete with Streaming GiantsApril 21, 2020On Monday 20th April, Facebook launched its Facebook Gaming mobile app on the Google Play Store. The app is primarily designed for streaming and watching live gameplay.
Amazon confirms cloud gaming service Project Tempo could be delayed into 2021April 07, 2020Amazon is well-positioned to launch a cloud gaming service. The company was the first to really invest in the cloud computing industry, and has played a crucial role in its shaping.
The impact of COVID-19 on the global cinema business (as at 23/3/20)March 23, 2020The impact of COVID-19 on the global cinema business (as at 23/3/20)
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Universal Pictures breaks windows arrangement for COVID-19 periodMarch 17, 2020In an unprecedented move, US studio Universal Pictures is offering its current theatrical releases to on-demand services, making them available at the same time as their theatrical release as a response to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Plague Inc. the most-downloaded premium app in Italy and USA amidst coronavirus outbreakMarch 16, 2020Ndemic Creations’ strategy simulation game Plague Inc. challenges players to spread a deadly virus across the globe. It recently became the top-ranking paid app in both the USA and Italy.
Battle royale year-on-year: PUBG Mobile and Free Fire flourished in the global market in 2019February 24, 2020Tencent’s PUBG Mobile and Garena’s Free Fire were the clear success stories of the battle royale scene last year. According to Priori Data, these titles saw year-on-year growth of 436% and 280% respectively, whilst Epic Games’ Fortnite declined by 30%, and NetEase’s Knives Out by 13%. The sustained success of PUBG Mobile and Free Fire is a result of them establishing dedicated fan-bases in territories such as India, Brazil and Southeast Asia.