Category Archives: Games


Is New Crypto Presale Meme Kombat The Next 100x Stake to Earn Gaming Meme Coin?

Stake-to-earn gaming token Meme Kombat ( today launches a new crypto presale in what is shaping up to be one of the most exciting releases of the year. First-of-its-kind crypto project, Meme Kombat lets you wager on battling meme characters using a decentralized Web3 infrastructure, with a premium on trust and transparency. Continue reading


Bitmagic Announces Strategic Pivot and New Leadership; Transitions from Role-Playing Games to Game Creation for All

Roleverse, a company previously working on its debut role-playing game, today announced a transformative shift in its business model, strategy, and branding. Effective immediately, the company will operate under its new name, Bitmagic, and will concentrate on enabling anyone to create games by simply typing out their visions. Jani Penttinen, co-founder and former CTO with 30 years of game development experience, has been appointed the new Chief Executive Officer. Markus Kiukkonen, a co-founder and former head of EA Finland, has been promoted to Chief Operating Officer. Continue reading



MGM Resorts International (NYSE: MGM) (“MGM Resorts” or the “Company”) announced today the launch of its BetMGM iGaming and online sports betting brand in the United Kingdom, kicking off MGM Resorts’ strategy of expanding the BetMGM brand into international markets. The new international BetMGM-branded offering leverages the technology and platform of LeoVegas, the Swedish-based gaming company acquired by MGM Resorts last year. Continue reading


Hi BARBIE, Come On, Let’s Go…Play Candy Crush®! BARBIE® and Candy Crush Saga Team Up for the Ultimate Pink-tastic Partnership, Creating a One-of-a-Kind Fantasy World for Players

Today Candy Crush Saga announced its newest (and pinkest) partnership with the most anticipated movie of the summer, BARBIE. On July 13, 2023, just days before the film hits theaters on the 21st, the brand will launch in-game BARBIE experiences that feature exclusive content accessible only to Candy Crush Saga players. Sweeeet. Continue reading


Candy Crush Saga® Launches Hot Summer Workout In Collaboration With Bob’s Dance Shop…And It’s For Your Thumbs

Today, Candy Crush Saga® launched the ultimate summer workout video in collaboration with the world-class vibe curators, Bob’s Dance Shop. The fun-tastic partnership combines the colorful energy of Bob’s Dance Shop with Candy Crush Saga’s® playful nature to create a unique fitness experience for players around the world. Enter: Thumb Gym. Continue reading


Sony Electronics Announces Official Partnership with SQUARE ENIX® on Highly Anticipated Gaming Series, FINAL FANTASY® XVI

Sony Electronics Inc. today revealed its partnership with SQUARE ENIX® on the latest standalone title in the esteemed FINAL FANTASY game franchise, FINAL FANTASY® XVI, available exclusively on PlayStation®5 (PS5™). Continue reading


MAG joins Playing For The Planet for the fourth consecutive year

MAG Interactive today announced its participation in the UN Environment Programme’s Playing For the Planet Alliance for the fourth time. In this year’s campaign, MAG has chosen to focus on the importance of preserving the Himalayas and protecting the snow leopard, which lives in this unique environment. Continue reading


The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)’s blocks Microsoft’s $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA)’s decision to block Microsoft’s $68.7 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard has been met with mixed reactions from the gaming community. Some gamers are disappointed that they may not be able to play their favorite Activision Blizzard games on their preferred platforms, while others are concerned about the potential for increased prices and decreased innovation in the gaming industry.

The CMA’s decision is based on its belief that the deal would give Microsoft too much market power in the gaming industry. Microsoft is already one of the largest gaming companies in the world, and the acquisition of Activision Blizzard would give it even more control over the market. The CMA is concerned that this could lead to higher prices for games and less choice for gamers.
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