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India’s latest ban of Chinese games like PUBG Mobile opens door to home-grown alternatives, experts say
Almost a third of the Chinese mobile apps affected by India’s latest ban were games, such as PUBG Mobile and Arena of Valor. This will open up opportunities for Western or Indian home-grown apps to fill the void, analysts say.
The country’s black market for cheats and hacks exploits popular titles such as League Of Legends and Peacekeeper Elite, the Chinese version of PUBG Mobile. Cheatware prices range from as high as US$450 to less than US$1, which helps vendors engage a broad group of consumers.
Ubisoft is giving away its 2016 blockbuster game Tom Clancy’s The Division from now until 10am on Sept 8 via its UPlay digital distribution service.
Tesla hiring team of software engineers to develop car video games based at its upcoming Gigafactory in Texas
Job listings on Tesla’s website show that the carmaker is looking to build a software development team comprising video game, infotainment, user interface and rendering engineers. The electric carmaker launched Tesla Arcade, a video game platform as part of its software update in May.
The son of NBA star LeBron James has joined professional esports organisation FaZe Clan.
Chinese game engine creator Cocos is the fast-food equivalent of Unreal Engine, powering hit mobile titles
Xiamen-based Cocos is the game engine that helped create nearly half of all mobile games in China in 2018. Unlike its competitors known for complex 3D games, Cocos founder Zhe Wang says he aims to offer the simplest and most budget-friendly game engine.
Tens of thousands of Fortnite accounts are being sold online daily in a black market for stolen video game accounts that generates US$1bil (RM4.17bil) annually, according to a report from Night Lion Security, which helps companies identify vulnerabilities.
Electronic Arts’ Madden NFL 21 was entering the final phase of development when the video game company’s employees suddenly had to work from home because of the coronavirus pandemic.
When pandemic-fueled lockdowns led to a boom in streaming video games, millions of people suddenly saw a clearer path to turning their favourite waste of time into a career.
While concerts remain cancelled for the foreseeable future, the British electronic duo has announced a new virtual experience for their fans to immerse in their music while social distancing at home.