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The Addictive Nature of Games in Two News Items

Normally I don't talk about topics like this, but the juxtaposition of two news items when I went looking for game news just jumped right out at me.Finding game news isn't always easy, particularly when you've got E3 coming up...

Valve Working on Console Development, Finding it Frustrating

For console gamers out there, one of the most frustrating things around is seeing lists of games going to PC that, with seemingly little tweaks, could go to consoles as well, but for reasons unclear to the console gamer, don't....

$1.8 Billion Annually By 2020: the eSports Market Heats Up

While the news these days has seemingly been heavy on the console market and the host of games that will be making it to such platforms as the holiday shopping season rapidly closes in, there's still word coming out around...

YouTube Ready to Make a Move on Twitch?

An exciting little leak slipped out just recently, and based on that leak's information, by the time the kids go back to school, Twitch will have some newly-minted competition from no less a force in the market than YouTube itself.The...

Think E-Sports Are Dead? Fifth DOTA 2 Prize Pool Says Otherwise

We haven't heard a lot out of e-sports lately, and that's kind of surprising. But a new report suggests that maybe e-sports was building up its news for an impressive release, as word about the fifth annual DOTA 2 prize...

Mods for Sale: Good News or Bad?

A recent move by Steam has launched a firestorm of discussion on both sides of the aisle, and gotten some to wonder, what value is there in derivative works? For Steam, the value is fairly substantial, and is set to...

Does Final Fantasy XIV Have the Key to MMO Longevity?

For those out there who play “Final Fantasy XIV,” there's something exciting coming up. It recently started up, and will be running until February 16. Known as “Valentione's Day,” it's a parallel of the real-life Valentine's Day event set for...

E-Sports Broadcasting Finds Gains, Losses

The idea that e-sports could be considered a mature market may actually be a little more likely thanks to some recent news from the field. Two separate pieces have come together to suggest that this market may be farther along...

A Stadium For Major League Gaming?

E-sports has come a long way since its earliest days, and it's easy to see how that's the case. We've gone from the earliest days to offering millionaire players, a World Series of sorts, gambling, even scandal in the teams...

The Finnish Hearthstone Paradox: Banning Women To Promote Women In E-Sports

We've heard a lot over the last few months about women in gaming, particularly in terms of professional gaming but also in regular gaming as well, and for the most part, quite a few people seem to agree that having...

The International Prize Pool Gains Ground, E-Sports Sees Suspensions

The recent events in e-sports are providing plenty of reasons to sit up and take notice. Not only has the prize pool for The International—the big world championship match for “Dota 2”--hit all new records from the last time we...

Dota 2: The Six Million Dollar Championship...So Far

When July 18 dawns in Seattle, reports suggest it's going to bring a slice of history right along with it. What's the big driver of this particular bit of history? Well, it all has to do with Dota 2, the...
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