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Riot Games warns streamer and LoL players to avoid sensitive topics

Riot Games has released a document that warns players and streamers to be careful what they say and to avoid "sensitive topics". The text that includes the warning to the players, appeared ...
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Call of Duty: Mobile has passed the 100 million downloads in its first ...

Call of Duty: Mobile surpassed the 100 million downloads in the first week. Confirmation comes from a Reuters report. "This is by far the biggest game launch for ...
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Call of Duty Mobile in October between Battle Royale and references from the past

Activision and Tencent have announced that Call of Duty Mobile will arrive on iOS and Android devices in October, with many methods and references to the past.
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Tencent and Pokémon together with a new game

Tencent, the well-known Chinese company, has announced that it has reached an agreement with The Pokémon Company for the development of a new title dedicated to the brand.

Arena Of Valor - Tencent throws down his arms and gives up

Tencent would have given up the MOBA Arena of Valor game here in the West. Indeed, a few months after the game's release on the Nintendo Switch eShop, the marketing teams located in the United States are believed to ...
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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds grossed nearly a billion dollars over the past year

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds continues to be one of the most successful Battle Royals of the genre, and although the active playerbase of the game has dropped compared to the first few months since its launch last year ...

In India PUBG Mobile is limited to six hours a day to combat its ...

PUBG Mobile has a large group of players in countries like China and India, but at the same time the title is badly viewed by governments, which have banned the game in different areas ...
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Call of Duty: Mobile arrives with lots of Battle Royale mode

Activision has formalized the arrival in the West of Call of Duty: Mobile. It is a free-to-play game for iOS and Android developed in collaboration with Tencent, the giant Chinese entertainment company that has roots ...

ObjectiveEd Joins Microsoft's AI for Accessibility Program

Grant Awarded by Microsoft Allows Objective to Further Develop Braille AI Tutor PlatformBOSTON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - ObjectiveEd has joined Microsoft Corp.'s AI for Accessibility program to help ...

Halo Infinite - Lead producer Mary Olson leaves 343 Industries

Halo Infinite sees another figure leave the studio after leaving the game's creative director Tim Longo. Lead producer Mary Olson leaves the boys ...

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