Gaming

Microsoft on Wednesday announced that it is opening up its Project xCloud preview for iOS devices and the preview is already full. The preview was made available to 10,000 testers though Apple’s TestFlight programme. Ever since Microsoft launched the preview for Android phones, iOS users were eagerly anticipating its release on Apple’s mobile platform. Notably,
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They stood, they cheered, they booed and they boozed. Turns out, e-sports fans in New York aren’t much different from their traditional sports counterparts. Packing a nearly 2,000-seat venue across the street from Madison Square Garden, those supporters validated the theory behind the Overwatch League’s ambitious global vision. “This event is everything we could have
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China’s Tencent Holdings launched a NOK 1.33 billion ($148 million) bid for computer games maker Funcom on Wednesday, sending the Oslo-listed firm’s shares sharply higher. The board and management of Funcom unanimously supported the all-cash bid of NOK 17 per share, a 27 percent premium to Tuesday’s closing price of NOK 13.35, the companies said in a joint
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Americans spent less on video games last year as new consoles were readied for launch and Google took to streaming titles from the cloud, an industry group reported Thursday. US spending on video game hardware and software in 2019 tallied $14.6 billion (roughly Rs. 1,03,756 crores), a 13 percent decline from the previous year, market-tracker
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Realme 5i launch in India was certainly the biggest piece of news this week, with the Oppo spin-off brand bringing a new budget smartphone featuring a quad rear camera setup to the country. The company also launched the Realme X50 5G in China this week, while unveiling the Realme C2s in Thailand. Other major news
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Microsoft says it has developed a technique to detect online predators who try to groom children for sexual purposes using the chat function in multiplayer video games. The tech company, which makes the Xbox gaming system, announced Thursday that it’s sharing the tool with nonprofit organizations and other gaming and messaging service developers. Nicknamed “Project
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