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FIFA Will Disappear With the End of EA Sports Partnership

FIFA is nearing its disappearance from the market after the game's parent company failed to conclude a new licensing deal…

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Chinese Video Game Companies Rose After Regulatory Approvals

Chinese regulators have approved the first batch of revenue-generating video games for companies since last July, ending a game freeze…

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Netflix and Microsoft Enter The Gaming Industry

After Microsoft announced a record $69B deal to buy Activision Blizzard, Reed Hastings Netflix CEO says he aims to build…

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Microsoft Buys Activision for $68.7 Billion

Microsoft today announced the acquisition of video game giant Activision Blizzard in an all-cash deal worth $68.7B, sending Activision shares…

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Take-Two Officially Acquires Gaming Company Zynga

Take Two Interactive has said it will buy mobile game company Zynga for $12.7 billion in a cash-and-share deal, marking…

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China’s Censorship Crackdown Reaches Video Games

the Chinese government decided to ban teenagers under the age of 18 from playing video games for more than three…

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Netflix Adds Video Games To The Services After Subscriber Growth Slows

Netflix has said that it will enter the mobile video games field more after the slow growth in its service…

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Tencent’s profit up 65% in the first quarter after its online game revenue soared

Tencent reports quarterly profit, beating expectations as Chinese regulators ramp up antitrust campaigns against China's internet giants

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Sony expects profits to fall after a surge in pandemic

Sony says it expects revenue to fall as more people get vaccinated as its profits from the services it once…

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Prosus earns $14.6B from the sale of its stake in Tencent

Prosus says it earned $14.6B from its sale of its stake in Tencent as the deal bridged the gap between…

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