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Everything you need to know about e-girls and e-boys, teen gamers who have emerged as the antithesis of Instagram influencers
These aesthetics have become so popular that they topped Google's end-of-the-year roundup of the top trending fashion and outfit search terms in 2019.
A single mom of three kids started streaming on Microsoft’s Mixer service earlier this year. In nine months, she’s gained the same number ...
"Lady" Desiree Wright plays piano for the internet masses. She made the jump from Twitch to Mixer earlier this year, and she isn't looking back.
Consoles like the Xbox and PlayStation keep getting better, but gaming PC companies say they still have 2 big advantages
Gaming PC makers Alienware and NZXT don't think the gaming PC will die anytime soon. In fact, both companies say they still have two big advantages.
Why Microsoft paid untold millions to bring the world’s most well-known gamer, Ninja, to its own streaming platform
Microsoft's exclusivity deal with Tyler "Ninja" Blevins is a smarter move than you might think.
The top streamers on Twitch command millions of viewers, making them the most influential gamers in the world.
Jessica Blevins, the 27-year-old manager and wife of the most popular video-game player in the world, reveals the inside story of Ninja’s move t...
For more than a year, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins was synonymous with Twitch, Amazon's streaming service. That changed in August when Ninja moved to Mixer.
Game-streaming can be a great outlet: a way to make extra money on the side, work out your problems, connect with others, and make new friends.
The $120 billion gaming industry is going through more change than it ever has before, and everyone is trying to cash in
Video games are more than just a booming entertainment business — they're reshaping the way we interact with the world.
Apple and Google are going to war over the future of gaming as the entire industry goes through a radical transformation
With Apple Arcade and Stadia, Apple and Google are looking to take a bigger role in the gaming industry, and they picked the perfect time.
There's a dark side to playing games for a living, where it's difficult to find time for others and trolls can go to extreme lengths to harass you.