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League of Legends, partnership with Spotify signed

Esports giant Riot and Spotify have entered into an exclusive agreement for audio content dedicated to League of Legends. At the base of the partnership there are contents and special musical events. Exclusive podcast content and ...

Silent Hill, Konami released the soundtracks on Spotify

Silent Hill, longtime gamers will know, is a name that can come back in vogue at any moment. This time, however, we will not talk about alleged leaks or rumors ...

The soundtracks of Nioh and Nioh 2 now available on Spotify

Nioh 2 is finally available, but in case you want to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the game even away from the pad, you can listen to the OST on Spotify. The confirmation comes from Koei Tecmo who, thanks to a tweet, ...
Xbox Scarlett Phil Spencer

The future of video games will be like Spotify and Netflix according to Phil Spencer

According to Phil Spencer, head of Microsoft's Xbox division, the future of video games will be like Netflix and Spotify, with services that can be used anywhere.
Square Enix

[E3 Square Enix] The music of Square Enix available on Spotify

Even if it was not a new IP, during E3 Square Enix announced a novelty that will certainly please all fans of the Japanese company. Starting today, in fact, ...
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Electronic Arts has a crisis of conscience

When we talk about Electronic Arts, one of the first things that comes to mind is the EA Sports section and all the releases that come out on time every year like the taxes on our ...

Kadabra may return to the Pokémon Trading Card Game

Kadabra, the popular first generation Pokémon, will be able to return to the Pokémon Trading Card Game. What happened? Pokémon TCG fans will surely know ...

From 2021 it may be possible to install Android apps on Windows 10

Just ten years ago, the operating system was synonymous with computers. But the rise of mobile devices has radically changed the landscape of operating systems, and ...

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