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Saudi-Arabia’s Savvy Gaming buys ESL Gaming and FACEIT for $1.5 billion

The Saudi Arabia-backed Savvy Gaming is funded by the Kingdom's Public Investment Fund.


Assassin's Creed was supposed to end on a spaceship

The original plan was scrapped in part because the series suffered from too much success. The story had to keep moving.


'Fall Guys' now has a ‘Monopoly’ game, but it’s still not on Nintendo Switch or Xbox

Board games just aren't video games, no matter what Mediatonic says.


Steam Deck can suspend play and resume on other devices

Very fancy indeed.


I resent 'Wordle'

Maybe we can just play Scrabble?

No mo FOMO

Another 'Pokémon Arceus' trailer drops days before its release

"Long ago humans and Pokémon had not yet learned to coexist."

Gotta Catch 'Em All

Former Sega exec Toshiro Nagoshi founds new gaming studio

Backed by NetEase, Toshihiro Nagoshi's studio has hired previous Sega employees and Yakuza devs.


Data shows the gaming industry still has a pressing diversity problem

From top to bottom, the gaming industry is a boys' club.


Watch GTA V get played on an original Game Boy like no one intended

GTA meets GB with this incredibly complicated game mod.


Burnout and chaos surrounds 'Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga'

TT Games employees claim bullying, gender inequality and severe crunch are ongoing problems at the company.

Oh no...

Flying cars make unwanted return to ‘Call of Duty: Warzone’

Hackers are patrolling the skies in humvees and wreaking havoc on the community.


Four decades later, Microsoft finally owns ‘Zork’

Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard completes a circle that opened in 1979.


'Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Extraction' is not your brother's R6 game

'Extraction' is a sci-fi horror mission game that offers team-based PVE challenges and beautiful graphics.


Razer and Sanrio team up for the cutest gaming gear collab ever

The Hello Kitty x Razer lumbar cushion and Bluetooth headset are currently available on Razer’s website, with more adorable pink gear coming soon.


Reddit co-founder says "play-to-earn" games will soon rule the roost

90% of us will throw off the shackles of fun, apparently.

No more fun

Sony should revive these games to compete with Microsoft and Activision Blizzard

It's time for SOCOM: Modern Warfare.