Chronicles Of Elyria Lawsuit Defendants Deciding If They Should Challenge The Complaint

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The legal proceedings in the class-action lawsuit against Chronicles of Elyria developer Soulbound Studios and third-party payment processor Xsolla are moving forward following the official filing of the complaint back in February. According to the lawsuit’s Discord, the defendants are now in the process of deciding whether or not they should challenge the complaint based on various legal grounds. “This [...]

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Enad Global 7 Announces Acquisition Of Russian Publisher And 4Game Platform Operator Innova

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After purchasing Daybreak Games late last year, Enad Global 7 is once again finalizing the process of acquiring yet another video game company. The European holding company has struck a deal with Russian publisher Innova to acquire the company for $109.8 million. The announcement was made back in February during EG7’s Q4 investor presentation. Innova operates the 4Game distribution platform [...]

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ESA Confirms E3 2021 Will Be Free Amid Rumors Of Paywalled Content

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The Entertainment Software Association has confirmed that this year’s E3, now called Electronic Entertainment Experience, will be free-to-watch despite rumors to the contrary. According to the Video Games Chronicle, multiple sources claimed that the ESA had pitched an idea to hide some of the event’s contents behind a paywall and charge $35 for exclusive on-demand demos and a premium package [...]

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Nielsen Holdings Shuts Down Video Game Market Data Analyst SuperData

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SuperData is being shut down by parent company Nielsen Holdings after nearly 12 years of delivering video game-related market data to its online readers. The decision to shut down the data-reporting site is part of Nielsen’s plans to merge gaming services into Nielsen Sports. “We have decided to wind down SuperData business operations,” a Nielsen representative told The Esports Observer. [...]

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Chinese Police Raid $76M Video Game Cheating Ring, $46M Worth Of Assets Seized

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The Chinese police, in collaboration with Chinese tech giant Tencent, recently conducted an operation against a massive organization that designed and sold cheats for popular games such as Call of Duty Mobile and Overwatch. According to BBC, 10 people were arrested and around $46 million worth of assets, including several luxury cars, were seized during the raid in Kunshan, a [...]

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PUBG Mobile Breaks 1 Billion Download Mark Three Years After Launch

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PUBG Mobile has reached over one billion downloads, not counting those in China, and is now one of the most successful games in the world according to Reuters. Oddly enough, the data was revealed by Chinese publisher Tencent, the game’s Chinese publisher during their recent earnings call. According to data from Sensor Tower, the mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds puts [...]

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