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Nintendo Co is raising its target for Switch production to around 25 million units this fiscal year, as the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic keeps lifting demand and component shortages ease.
Hundreds of employees at Blizzard Entertainment, the video game developer behind Diablo and Overwatch, are using the company’s Slack network to organise a list of workplace requests, including fair pay and increased sick time. Results of the effort, a rare example of labour organising in the video game industry, are expected to be presented to management as early as this week, people familiar with the initiative said.
Nintendo Co’s profit blew past all estimates after Animal Crossing sales almost doubled and supply shocks eased, suggesting the Switch console will hold up well against new competition in the coming holidays.
TOKYO: Japan's Nintendo Co Ltd on Thursday reported a 428% jump in first-quarter profit, driven by ongoing demand for the Switch console and hit title Animal Crossing: New Horizons as the coronavirus outbreak boosts the games industry.
Growing concern over health standards in eSports has prompted a new federation to pledge to address the problem, as players fall victim to conditions ranging from wrist injuries to obesity, stress and diabetes.
BENGALURU: Wynn Resorts Ltd posted a wider-than-expected loss for the second quarter, as the Covid-19 pandemic kept customers away from gaming tables and hurt the US casino operator’s gambling revenue.
KUALA LUMPUR: As Malaysia invests more in digital investments, the country is poised to be a prime location going forward for global and regional businesses to leverage on the business processing outsourcing (BPO) industry due to its strategic location and quality infrastructure.
Japan's Nintendo Co Ltd on Aug 6 is expected to post a 160% jump in first-quarter operating profit as its hit Switch console and titles like Animal Crossing: New Horizons look set to extend a decade-high earnings streak.
Activision Blizzard Inc shares slipped in late trading after Chief Executive Officer Bobby Kotick warned that the shaky economy could hurt the video-game maker’s pandemic-fueled boom.
Take-Two Interactive Software Inc sold over 15 million units of Grand Theft Auto V in the first two quarters of the year, as more people lapped up the action-adventure videogame to keep themselves entertained during lockdowns.