King recently decided to abandon in-game advertising. Why? Let's look at the situation and how different types of developers approach the issue.
King.com is dropping the ".com" and releasing Papa Pear Saga and Farm Heroes Saga.
Candy Crush Saga has hit 10 million daily active players and become the largest game on Facebook.
The developer is preparing Candy Crush Saga and Bubble Witch Saga for release in the two Asian nations.
Social casino games acquired by gambling companies are generating huge revenues even after the deals are done.
December saw an astounding increase in revenues and downloads for mobile games.
Editor's Pick The game industry set a new record for the money spent on acquisitions, but the number of deals dropped.
For the first time in years, Zynga does not have the top game in daily users on Facebook.
King.com hopes to parlay its success on Facebook into mobile as its ad revenues increased ten-foll over the last year.
Bubble shooter games are now played by millions upon millions of players. Wooga is the latest to join the fray.
The launch marks a strategic move by King.com to make its mark on mobile.
Zynga didn't get much love from Facebook today.
Mark Zuckerberg made it clear that he wasn't impressed by how little gaming is contributing to the social network's bottom line, saying overall payments from Zynga had declined 20 percent.
Editor's Pick This just may be a blinding flash of the obvious, but apparently we like ads that don't suck. And fit into our current context. And give us something we want.
With the console market looking a little shaky and Facebook starting to slow down, mobile stands before the gaming industry as a potential savior.
Jens Begemann still believes in Facebook, but the CEO of Wooga is also expanding into mobile social games.
Casual games developer King.com announced that its free-to-play title, Bubble Witch Saga, is now available on the iTunes App Store.
Social games are more popular than ever, with new genres emerging, says Facebook's Sarah Brooks.
If you follow VentureBeat but don’t regularly check our GamesBeat site, here’s a list of the best games stories we ran over the last seven days that you may have missed.
We’ve been writing a lot of posts about our speakers at GamesBeat 2012. But here’s a summary of why we think this is the must-attend game conference for you.
We’re gathering the industry’s top CEOs, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, investors, journalists, …