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Developing video games that work for everyone
Monday, January 14, 2019 by Matias Nicolas Rodriguez
Video games are interactive experiences – as the player, you can live many different lives racing fast cars, fighting great creatures and going on exciting, magical adventures. For as long as video games companies have existed, the focus has been largely on games that are fun to play.
Of course, though, we’ve all had to sit out a round and wait for a free...
Live streaming your game to get paid
Wednesday, March 7, 2018 by Richard Harris
Mobcrush has unveiled its new ‘Go Live, Get Paid’ platform, a set of free tools and features that enable any mobile gamer to reach and grow an audience, where they can earn anything from $15 to $2,500 an hour for live streaming their gameplay. A new survey conducted by an analyst firm DFC Intelligence and commissioned by Mobcrush found that while only 14 percent of game...
Next Entertainment closes $25M series A
Thursday, December 15, 2016 by Christian Hargrave
Next Entertainment, a global live broadcasting platform company founded by Internet entrepreneur and FunPlus founder Andy Zhong, has announced a $25 million Series A investment to enable the company’s global expansion, including hiring talent in San Francisco, Tokyo, Taipei, and Beijing. It was incubated by Inke, a Chinese mobile live streaming company, and the investme...
Yahoo explains what communitainment is and how it's mobile's killer app
Tuesday, December 6, 2016 by Simon Khalaf
Last August, in Flurry’s app usage report, we declared that “Content is King: Again.” That report showed U.S. users’ time spent consuming media in apps had grown from 46 mins/day in 2014 to 96 mins/day in 2015, a whopping 108% year-over-year increase. Curious to clock this year’s usage, we ran the numbers again and found that time spent con...
Razer Plans Launch of Consumer Ready Desktop and VR Enabled Camera
Tuesday, August 25, 2015 by Richard Harris
Razer is working with Intel to deliver a consumer-ready desktop and VR-enabled camera based on Intel RealSense technology for a wide range of experiential applications.With Intel RealSense technology incorporated into a new Razer product design, users can expect enhanced game broadcasting and VR gaming capabilities. Among the novel features of this technology is automat...