Over 100 industry luminaries will take the stage to discuss the gaming industry at the GamesBeat 2013 on Oct. 29 and 30 in Redwood City, Calif.
Xfire got thousands of Brazilian players to participate in its first e-sports tournament.
Bee Cave is working with Betable to take real-money wagers in the U.K.
Rumble adds Triplepoint Capital and Nexon as investors.
Tiger Woods and EA Sports claim the split is “mutual.” EA also shows off screens from its next-gen golf game.
Twitch will livestream many of the event’s 80-plus speakers to a new GamesBeat channel.
Rebel Machine is setting out to help indies with promotion, production, and business.
Infnity Ward looks like it might have the best “Aliens game” of the year.
We’ll have 34 sessions and more than 450 attendees at our fifth annual GamesBeat conference.
Pikachu and gamers can team up to solve crimes in a new 3DS game in development now.
The horrifying faces of Duck Dynasty are coming to haunt Zynga’s Hit It Rich slots game.
Mobile ad platform maker NativeX is announcing a new product today that will help game developers incorporate better ads in their mobile games.
Nvidia’s handheld will now work with touch-only Android games like NBA Jam and Angry Birds thanks to the new button-mapping software.
GamesBeat recently asked readers what new gaming technologies excite them the most. Unsurprisingly, next-generation consoles and Apple devices were favorites.
Gabe Leydon set a team of 80 people to work on Game of War: Fire Age. How did it turn out?
We’ll have a mix of 23 distinguished moderators, including VentureBeat staff, game journalists, mainstream tech writers, and domain experts.
As gadgets and software get better, HTML5 gaming may get its moment in the sun.
What’s it mean to be an indie these days, and a growing one at that? Find out at GamesBeat 2013.
Line’s Akira Morikawa isn’t targeting his messaging service at gamers, but they’re playing a ton of titles on his network. Will that make it bigger than Facebook?
Titan Books provided us with new artwork of the world of Assassin’s Creed IV.
Prizes are everywhere. Why don’t more games have them?
The app will enable second-screen experiences for PlayStation 4.
Ghost Toasters has the cast of Regular Show fighting off waves of ghouls and specters for mobile devices.
Despite the jump, Zynga hasn’t convinced analysts that it’s on the path to profitability.
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The new bundle will debut Nov. 15 for $300.
Mark DeLoura will discuss the White House’s interest in everything from learning tech to violent game discussions.
The system will also require you to download the Blu-ray playback and other basic functionality.
CEOs from around the world weigh in on the best way to make mobile games in global and local markets.
Pokémon X and Y version 1.1 fixes the game for anyone experience freezing after saving in Lumiose City.
The first episode in the two-part expansion will hit just before the next-gen starts.
John Romero is joining Corona Labs’ advisory board.
In Microsoft’s battle for the living room, gaming is the Trojan horse.
Zynga will have a pre-tax profit, and new CEO is bullish on the ability to grow in the future.
The Ouya’s future looks cloudy — and may come in a variety of consoles.
Daily active users fall from 60 million a year ago to 30 million now.
Downie jumps from DeNA West to the No. 2 job at Zynga.