What will Covid-19 Corona Virus do with the Games Industry 2020-2022?

In this episode 14, I am asking a few questions besides my take on what might happen in the games industry! I am inviting you to come and brainstorm. Let other people know, that I am trying to get something going here, where we, as a gaming industry, compare notes/thoughts/ideas. What can we expect from ourselves, the consumer and more. Check the question below and give me your input in the comments.

GameBizCon; Professionals of the Gaming industry meet and match to do business in pre-scheduled video calls

It is almost time for GameBizCon January 28-30 in 2020; professionals of the gaming industry meet and match to do business in pre-scheduled video calls. Let us come to you, it the motto! GameBizCon brings the perfect mix of Gaming industry professionals and the ease of online business to your front doorstep in pre-scheduled videoContinue reading “GameBizCon; Professionals of the Gaming industry meet and match to do business in pre-scheduled video calls”

PubNative Acquires Mobile Advertising Technology and Development Team from TVSMILES

Media and Games Invest plc (formerly Blockescence plc) announced today that its subsidiary PubNative GmbH has acquired the development department and advertising technology of award-winning German mobile publisher TVSMILES GmbH to further strengthen its position in the mobile ecosystem and expand its reach into new advertising formats. TVSMILES is a fellow pioneer in mobile native advertising which owns and operatesContinue reading “PubNative Acquires Mobile Advertising Technology and Development Team from TVSMILES”

Google hires senior Assassin’s Creed developers to build Stadia games. Three experienced Ubisoft staff join Jade Raymond’s Stadia Games and Entertainment studio

Google hires senior Assassin’s Creed developers to build Stadia games. Three experienced Ubisoft staff join Jade Raymond’s Stadia Games and Entertainment studio

Sega’s John Clark moves to Tencent Europe

Sega Europe’s executive vice president of publishing John Clark has moved to the Chinese tech and entertainment giant Tencent. That’s according to the Sega veteran’s LinkedIn profile, which has him joining the Chinese firm as vice president of partnerships for Europe. GamesIndustry.biz has confirmed the appointment directly with Clark. Clark joined Sega in 2007 as UK managing director,Continue reading “Sega’s John Clark moves to Tencent Europe”