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  • eSports viewership rivals traditional TV

    GamerHub.tv The global market for video game competitions known as eSports is booming, with viewership rivaling traditional sports in some regards. Viewers watched 2.4 billion hours of eSports video in 2013, according to a new study from IHS Technology....
  • Is 'Rabbids Invasion' a TV Show or Game? Why Not Both?

    Ubisoft's bug-eyed Rabbids are about to tell TV producers in Hollywood a lot without being able to say much at all. The animated characters that communicate in gibberish and a lot of shouting are the stars of "Rabbids Invasion," a series that has...
  • UCF students' video games are put to test

    UCF students' video games are put to test
    The Debutante, a Jessica Rabbit look-alike in a tight pink dress, bounds through a mansion trying to stop a missile launch, all while dodging bullets and knife blades. "This guy keeps trying to kill me, and I don't have a weapon," said Britt Clifford,...
  • Activision Blizzard CEO must face lawsuit over $8.2-billion buyout

    Activision Blizzard CEO must face lawsuit over $8.2-billion buyout
    Activision Blizzard Inc. failed to persuade a judge to toss out a lawsuit that claims the company's board improperly let its chief executive take part in a group that bought a large chunk of the Santa Monica-based video game company. On Thursday, a...
  • Videogame Composer Blasts Musicians Union for Rule-Violation Charges Amid Contract Strife

    Videogame composer Austin Wintory has been charged by the American Federation of Musicians with violating musicians-union rules for recording a game score in Texas. Wintory faces a maximum $50,000 fine and possible expulsion from the union. He was...
  • E3: Cheaper Xbox, PlayStation TV, 'Halo' collection ... and dolls?

    Sure, piles of new games are being unveiled at the E3 video game show in Los Angeles -- “Call of Duty” (“Advanced Warfare”), “Grand Theft Auto” (“5”) and “Lara Croft” (“Rise of the Tomb...
  • American Federation of Musicians Inks New Videogame Agreement With Microsoft

    The American Federation of Musicians, which has lately been assailed by studio musicians for its failure to secure lucrative videogame-scoring work, on Tuesday announced a new game agreement with Microsoft Corporation. AFM president Ray Hair told Variety...
  • Gamers Flock to New Titles in May

    Videogame publishers scored with new game launches in May, with software sales up an impressive 57% during the month, driven by blockbuster launches of Ubisoft's "Watch Dogs," Nintendo's "Mario Kart 8" and Bethesda's "Wolfenstein: The New Order." New...
  • 'Video Games: The Movie,' Exec Produced by Zach Braff, Hits Screens in July

    Variance Films, the theatrical distribution arm of the newly founded company Amplify, has acquired director Jeremy Snead's "Video Games: The Movie," inking a July 18 theatrical release for the documentary in the U.S. and Canada. The film, geared toward...
  • What's coming from the Big 3 in gaming?

    Games, games and even more video games. That was the overwhelming theme of last week’s Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles—the three-day megaconference headlined by tech giants Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. For video-game makers...
  • At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups

     At SwitchPitch, big companies pitch projects to tech start-ups
    Start-up entrepreneurs are used to pitching their ideas to investors and big-name companies, hoping somebody will give them a break. But the tables were turned recently at SwitchPitch, a role-reversal tech event where start-ups gathered to hear...