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Ubisoft and Logitech, allegations of harassment and rape on high floors

Ubisoft and Logitech in the eye of the storm due to serious sex crime allegations. Let's try to clarify these sad episodes. The first case would involve Ubisoft Brand Marketing Manager Andrien Gbinigie, accused ...

The game industry continues to support the Italian red cross

Bethesda Softworks, CD PROJEKT RED, Koch Media, Logitech, Milestone, MSI, One O One Games, Razer and other Italian gamer communities will continue to support at this time of national alert due to the epidemic of ...

Bethesda and other games industry companies come together in support of the red cross

Bethesda Softworks, CD PROJEKT RED, Logitech, Milestone, MSI and Koch Media join forces at this time of national alert due to the coronavirus outbreak to support the Italian Red Cross and the constant ...

Logitech purchases Streamlabs

Logitech has decided to buy Streamlabs streaming tools and software company for $ 89 million. Founded in 2014, Streamlabs has always been one of the companies that has provided ...
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The Ak Cyber ​​Black Cyber!

As you well know, the Black Friday offers are not consumed only on Black Friday, but go on until Cyber ​​Monday. For the occasion, AK Informatica has launched its series of offers ...

Activision Blizzard case - J. Allen Brack leaves the company

Let's go back to talking about the Activision Blizzard case, which in the last two weeks has shaken the foundations of the same company and the videogame industry. This time,...

Splitgate makes extraordinary numbers: servers are not enough

The incredible success of the Splitgate Open Beta also forced 1047 Games to postpone the release until August to prepare more adequately ...

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