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Tekken 7 exceeds 5 million copies sold

The success of Tekken 7, the last chapter of the Bandai Namco series history does not seem to stop even after 3 years from its arrival on console. Arrived at the third season pass which saw the introduction of ...

Projekt Melody: Virtual idols also invade Chaturbate

The phenomenon of virtual Idols does not seem to stop. Started in 2007 with Hatsune Miku, the phenomenon in recent years has started to embrace other platforms such as Youtube (Kizuna AI, for example, if we wanted to mention ...
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Mixer paid Ninja between $ 20 and $ 30 million

In August 2019 the well-known streamer Tyler Blevins (known as Ninja) signed an exclusive contract with Mixer, leaving Twitch and bringing his huge audience with him. It was clear that Microsoft had paid ...

Find the game created 25 years earlier through the video of a streamer

Rick Bewster is the creator of a free image editing tool, Paint.NET. But, back in 1994, he was an early video game developer. One of these, made when he was only 12 ...
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Programmer loses the game created as a child, but someone shows it on Twitch

You know, when you start to follow the game esign, for study or personal interest, at some point we will start wanting to produce our project. The story you will read is a programmer ...

League of Legends recovers from Fortnite the most viewed game throne on ...

League of Legends is now more than just a video game, and although many users have a relationship of hate and love with the title, Riot Games' MOBA has become a real ...

Twitch, pro player suspended for streaming with a user banned for life

The Fortnite Clix pro player was suspended by Twitch for streaming in the company of a user previously banned for life from the platform.
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Shadowgun War Games - Direct Twitch

At Madfinger Games they are preparing for the launch of their new title Shadowgun War Games and to do so they are organizing a stream next Friday 15 November to show the world the first ...

Fortnite, the new season will bring some changes to the Brawl mode to ...

Fortnite's 20 vs 20 Team Brawl mode will receive some changes with the release of Season 2 of Chapter 2 scheduled for the ...

Xbox Series X will have dedicated audio hardware acceleration

The awaited Xbox Series X will feature dedicated audio hardware acceleration. The solution will be presented during a GDC 2020 session hosted directly by Microsoft. The session ...

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