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Electronic Arts, the major video game company behind ‘Madden’ and ‘Apex Legends,’ is laying off about 350 employees
EA CEO Andrew Wilson announced the layoffs one month after competitor Activision Blizzard announced 800 layoffs.
A remastered version of a fan-favorite ‘Call of Duty’ game may be on the way this year, according to a new leak
An accidental rating seemingly revealed a remastered "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" campaign, just in time for the game's 10th anniversary.
Activision-Blizzard, the major video game company behind ‘Call of Duty’ and ‘Overwatch,’ is laying off about 800 employees
In the wake of the loss of key executives and a tumbling share price, Activision Blizzard is undergoing layoffs.
A popular hero at the center of one of the hottest video games around was just revealed to be gay, and fans are freaking out
Soldier 76 is the second "Overwatch" hero to be identified as queer or gay.
New York City’s first official esports team hosted a Brooklyn pop-up shop with celebrity appearances and tons of video games, and fans couldn...
The New York Excelsior, which competes in the Overwatch League, is NYC's first official esports franchise. We visited their pop-up shop in Brooklyn, where fans had their chance to meet the team.
Eight teams paid more than $30 million each to join the Overwatch League – here’s everything you need to know before the new season starts...
With 20 international teams and more than 170 players earning $50,000 or more, the Overwatch League has set a new bar for professionalism in esports.
Ashe, the leader of the Deadlock Gang, was revealed during BlizzCon 2018 along with a new animated short.
World of Warcraft’s servers besieged with problems as angry players still can’t log into Battle for Azeroth after expansion launch
Irate fans are filling twitter feeds and reddit forums with complaints.
Observing Fortnite's seemingly overnight success, many of its gaming peers are planning on copycatting the widely popular battle royale mode. The barriers of entry into the space are low for shooter franchises, and there's a chance games like Call of Duty and Battlefield V may take audience share.