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It’s ‘game over’ as Zynga founder Mark Pincus leaves company

…franchise. The release is part of Mattrick’s strategy to focus on mobile games, rather than those built for the Web. Zynga said 75 percent of…
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Candy Blush: King.com Company Cofounder And Investor Gave Up Billions With Early Share Sale

Not everyone will be cashing in on King Digital Entertainment’s sweet initial public offering later this month.
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China’s FunPlus raises a huge round of $74M to build a global gaming company

FunPlus, a relatively unknown Chinese publisher of mobile games, has raised $74 million in a new round of funding.
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Research firm: China’s Tencent is now a bigger gaming company than Microsoft and Activision

…its focus on online free-to-play games and, more recently, mobile games, Newzoo chief executive Peter Warman said. It is much less dependent on…
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GlassEgg, Vietnam’s number one games outsourcing company works with Microsoft, EA, and Sony

And of course, everyone knows Flappy Bird by now, the Gangnam Style of mobile games. If you dig a little deeper, you ll likely know Divmob and…
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Zynga COO on Company Changes: We Turned a Corner

…be mobile focused, supported by the acquisition of NaturalVision, a mobile game developer that Zynga acquired for $527 million. Downie says that…
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Mobile Gaming Company Pocket Gems Says Its Reached $82M In Revenue Last Year

Sequoia Capital-backed mobile gaming company Pocket Gems is releasing revenue numbers for the first time, saying that it saw $82 million in revenue last year.
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Zynga posts better-than-expected loss, says it will cut workforce, and buys UK mobile game company

A pedestrian walks by the Zynga headquarters in San Francisco, California.
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Square Enix Collective is the Japanese company’s Steam Greenlight

…receive support from Square Enix through the development process and in digital distribution once the game is complete. Project lead on Collective,
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Candy Crush Saga maker King’s parent company reveals 2012 financial results

The parent company of games firm King, whose Candy Crush Saga is one of the most lucrative mobile games in the world, has published its financial results for 2012.
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Yahoo buys virtual worlds gaming company Cloud Party

Yahoo has acquired Cloud Party, a gaming company specializing in virtual worlds, in another deal to give the search giant more engineering chops.
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Is OUYA in trouble? Original founder and VP of product development departs from company

…ended up gaining much, much more through several rounds of investor funding. OUYA an Android-based gaming console that prides itself on being…
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Rovio: less than half of company’s staff are working on games, says exec

…decided, a couple of years ago, to break out of just building the next mobile game, and the one after that, he explained. The 52nd game or the…
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Majesco Entertainment Company Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year Fiscal 2013 Financial Results

EDISON, NJ–(Marketwired – Jan 14, 2014) – Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, today reported financial results for the fourth quarter and full year of fiscal 2013 ended October 31, 2013.
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Affiliate of Chicago-Based Gaming Company Rush Street Gaming Invests in Bay Area Social Game Developer Ruby Seven Studios

Wednesday, January 8, 2014 8:12 AM EST This article was originally distributed via PRWeb.
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PopCap CEO and co-founder both leaving company

Vechey told GamesBeat. “PopCap’s mission right now is to create the greatest mobile game studio in the world, and we’re going to do that by only…
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Ubisoft: The Video Game Company I’m Adding To My Portfolio In 2014

Last year, video game maker Take Two made my top ten stock picks for 2013.
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Minecraft Creator: I Wanted to Create a Valve-like Company

…company like Valve rather than simply get a job with the game developer and creator of the Steam digital distribution service. Markus Persson,
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Mobile company pays $18M to rename Cal football field

…half. A 15 year long, $18M deal between the school and mobile game publisher Kabam will see the stadium renamed, “Kabam Field at California Memorial…
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InMobi partners with Chinese gaming company ​CocoaChina

Mobile advertising network InMobi is partnering with CocoaChina, owned by mobile game publisher Chukong Technologies, in a deal expected to create…
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Apple confirm acquisition of kinect sensor company PrimeSense

Apple has confirmed the acquisition of the Israeli-based PrimeSense, a motion sensor company. The undisclosed price for the deal is thought to be somewhere between $340 and $365 million. Primesense, whose motion technology powers over 24 million devices worldwide, provide the sensors
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Apple Acquires PrimeSense, the Company Behind Microsoft’s Xbox Kinect, For $345M

Apple has reportedly acquired PrimeSense, the Israeli fabless semiconductor company behind Microsoft Xbox Kinect Sensor, for $345 million.
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Apple reportedly acquires the company behind Microsoft’s Kinect sensor

…to focus on retail, robotics, and healthcare industries, alongside gaming and living room tech. Rumors of a PrimeSense acquisition by Apple originated…
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Xfire launches e-sports platform with big Brazilian online company (exclusive)

…manage tournaments for any game. The platform uses Xfire s existing social gaming platform, which has more than 23 million registered users.
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Chinese entertainment company planning to acquire 20% chunk of Firefall studio for $24 million

…first game from Red 5. It combines elements of shooters with the MMO role-playing game genre. Red 5 cofounder Mark Kern previously led developer…
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World of Warcraft bot company ordered to pay Blizzard $7 million

…experience.” A World of Warcraft film adaptation is currently in production. The MMO‘s popularity has been in decline of late, with analysts pointing to…
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Chinese mobile-gaming company Chukong raises $50 million in latest funding round

Oct. 29-30, 2013 Redwood City, CA Tickets On Sale Now Mobile gaming is one of the hottest investment markets right now, and China’s Chukong Technologies isn’t missing out on the action.
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