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  • Tencent Games Q1 2017 Revenue Nearly Twice as Much as Activision Blizzard's

    The Chinese video game giant has reported $3.3 billion revenue in Q1 2017, which is about twice as much as Activision Blizzard's revenue, which was $1.73 billion. Tencent's financial report indicated that the video game revenue increased 55% y-o-y. Mobile games in particular, recorded a $1.87 billion revenue in Q1, marking 8 consecutive quarters of growth. Popular mobile gam... Read More »

  • Google, HTC and Lenovo are Developing an All-in-One Daydream VR Headset

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    At Google I/O 2017, Google announced they will be working on a new all-in-one virtual reality headsets with partners HTC and Lenovo. The new device is a standalone gadget that does not require PC, console or smartphone and it’s completely wireless. This headset will be coming in late 2017 for an unspecified price.   This new all-in-one headset will have inside-out position tra... Read More »

  • Tencent Games May Be Up for a World of Warcraft Style Mobile MMO

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    It’s not unusual to see that Chinese gaming giant Tencent uses questionnaire to tease upcoming games. Recently several gamers have received a questionnaire which contains list of questions that indicate the company may announce a Warcraft style mobile game.   The speculation comes from some interesting questions. Firstly, players are asked that “Have you played/or known abou... Read More »

  • Ante Up: Why Blackjack Remains the Most Popular Card Game

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    When you think of blackjack, it automatically evokes imagery of suave British superspies in glamorous, exotic casinos sipping on luxuriant cocktails as they flip their cards over. The game – thought to have its origins in 18th century France - and its popularity have remained steady ever since. With one dealer, sometimes only one player, and a handful of cards, blackjack is as debonair as ... Read More »

  • NetEase Continues Strong Momentum and Robust Growth in the First Quarter 2017

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    NetEase, Inc. today announced its unaudited financial results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2017. The leading Chinese game company continue to lead the industry with stunning results in the first quarter with total net revenues of US$2 billion, an increase of 72.3% compared with the same period last year. With a diverse and robust mobile game portfolio that delivers excellent results,... Read More »

  • New All-in-one VR Headset – The Pico Goblin Will Be Showed At E3 2017

    Pico Interactive Inc. is set to shake up the world of VR head mounted displays (HMD) with the reveal of the Pico Goblin, Pico’s brand new all-in-one VR headset, at this year's E3 from June 13-15. All attendees who want to be the first in North America to check out this innovative and immersive product can visit Pico’s booth in the South Hall at booth #3033. Pico will al... Read More »

  • Tencent May Announce Their Own VR Headset in the Second Half of 2017

    Chinese mega corporation Tencent wants a slice of the VR hardware market and according to Tencent employee, they plan to announce their own VR head-mounted display and VR-ready all-in-one PC in the second half of this year. According to the insider, Tencent's VR headset will be similar to the Oculus Rift with the inside-out tracking technology.  The interest of the Chinese ... Read More »

  • Activision Blizzard Had an Explosive Revenue in Q1, Thanks to Overwatch

    Activision Blizzard just reported the most profitable quarter in the company's history with  record-breaking $1.73 billion GAAP net revenues for the first quarter of 2017. The CEO of Activision Blizzard Bobby Kotick says the success is largely owed to Overwatch, the team-based shooter with more than 30 million players worldwide. Some interesting numbers for Q1 inclue: Blizza... Read More »

  • Tim Sweeney: 40 Million VR Headsets Will Be Shipped by 2021

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    At Unreal Open Day 2017 (UOD 2017) hosted by Epic Games in Shanghai, China, Tim Sweeney shared his thought on VR and VR gaming market. He's not worried that VR games aren't profitable at the moment, for he believes that the market is growing and will keep growing in the next 2-3 years. Now is the right time to enter the market, he says.   Tim Sweeney has predicted the future of VR... Read More »

  • Blizzard Won Another Lawsuit Against Bot Maker and Will Receive $8.5 Million

    Blizzard prevailed in another lawsuit against bot maker Bossland and this time they will be awarded $8.5 million US dollars. California District Court ruled that German company Bossland should pay Blizzard $8,563,600 for the infringement and damage the bots did to games including World of Warcraft, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm and Overwatch.   Bossland will also be prohibited to sell ... Read More »

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