Activision Blizzard, Inc. have officially announced the acquisition of the business of Major League Gaming (MLG). MLG is a leader in creating and streaming premium live gaming events, organizing professional competitions and running competitive gaming leagues. The acquisition expands Activision Blizzard’s reach across the rapidly-growing esports ecosystem by adding proven live streaming capabilities and technologies to the Activision Blizzard Media Networks division, led by former ESPN CEO Steve Bornstein and MLG Co-founder Mike Sepso.
We’re looking for hard working interns that want to get their foot in the door and gain some experience in the gaming industry. Some perk you’ll receive in turn would be able to attend events like E3, CES, EVO, MLG and Comic Con also you’ll have the opportunity to review games and gear. If you ever had that dream of being in the video game business then send us an email and give it a shot.
Dancing Dragon Games, creators of Skyborn and Deadly Sin 1 & 2, and Degica are proud to announce Echoes of Aetheria is coming to Steam on January 15, 2016. Echoes of Aetheria is a unique saga that begins with a humble wedding gone-wrong and twists and turns that story until you’ll find yourself at the helm of a global scale conflict. Rise up from your beginnings to lead a newly formed nation to glory, but beware those who plot against you at every turn!
Just married! The royal wedding of Loreen and Nathaniel was spectacular, and their honeymoon was supposed to be fun and relaxing. But the resort they chose had a cruel surprise in store for them! Help this trouble-prone newlywed royal couple escape once again in the wickedly funny sequel to Royal Trouble: Hidden Adventures!
Winter has arrived in Life is Feudal: Your Own, and you may notice something falling from the sky. The latest update brings enhanced weather, including snow and rain with actual impacts on gameplay.
The developers from Battlestate Games, a Russian game studio, have released the hot new video with gameplay of their online game. The video is set in the outskirts of the Tarkov city, in one of the chemical plant’s dorms that is now being used as a staging post by local raiders. At this location, characters of Escape from Tarkov can encounter Scavs, who have made the place their headquarters and are unlikely to welcome surprise guests. The video showcases inventory management, partial weapon tweaking, search for items, and investigation of the player’s surroundings.