Guest Post This is a guest post by CEO and co-founder of Optimizely, Dan Siroker.
It’s an unstructured game conference that nobody is supposed to know about.
Compared to other sports, e-sports games are still in an early stage, but they’re taking off.
IGN, which runs a network of video game and entertainment news websites, was sold by owners News Corp. to Ziff Davis, the companies announced today.
Editor’s Pick The game industry set a new record for the money spent on acquisitions, but the number of deals dropped.
It comes a day after Veterans Day, but a bunch of gamers are thinking of Black Ops II launch day as a holiday.
Former IGN chief Roy Bahat is becoming chairman of Ouya, which continues to attract indie game developers to its Android-based open game console.
Nineteen big names in gaming answer the question, “What are you most excited to see at E3 this year?”
Online game sites saw a bit of a shakeup today. News Corp.’s IGN Entertainment laid off some staff, and CBS Interactive acquired game review site Giant Bomb.
What happens when you combine the Wiki model of open, collaborative editing with just a pinch of old-school oversight? In the case of Wikia, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales for-profit company, you get the largest network of gaming sites in the world, with 26 million monthly unique views on the Wikia video games hub last month, moving ahead of IGN and Gamespot for the first time ever. These numbers come from Comscore data which compares the network of gaming sites run by Wikia and IGN.