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Stadia will launch on November 19 with a dozen games including "Red Dead Redemption 2" and "Mortal Kombat 11."
Every month Twitch viewers spend hundreds of millions of hours watching games like "Fortnite," "League of Legends," and "CounterStrike."
Twelve teams reportedly paid $25 million each to join a new esports league around one of the biggest games in the world — here’s everythin...
Activision Blizzard's Call of Duty League is launching in January 2020 with 12 international teams playing "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare."
Amazon’s wildly popular video game streaming service, Twitch, is bleeding: These are all the stars who have left for competing services
Amazon owns and operates Twitch, the most popular live video streaming service in the world. But its biggest stars are all jumping ship.
Razer made a $100 controller that lets you use your phone like a Nintendo Switch, but the best feature only works with certain devices
Razer's new controller is designed like a pair of Nintendo Joy-Cons, and it can turn a phone into a portable video game console.
Sorry, Nintendo 64 fans: It sounds like Nintendo isn’t making a miniature ‘Classic Edition’ anytime soon
A miniature Nintendo 64 console isn't in the works, says the president of Nintendo of America.
Blizzard hosted its massive annual fan convention where it showed off new games and hosted esports competitions — here are the highlights from t...
Blizzard Entertainment's annual fan conference was filled with tons of announcements and trailers for upcoming games.
Pokémon fans are accusing the developers of being ‘lazy’ for not including all 1,000-plus Pokémon in the new Nintendo Switch gam...
Welcome to #Dexit: "Pokémon Sword and Shield" wont have every Pokémon in the franchise, and some fans are mad enough to boycott the new games.
Nintendo’s best-selling game, ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate,’ just added a beloved fighting game character to its roster
SNK Playmore's Terry Bogard is the latest addition to the Nintendo Switch best-seller, representing "Fatal Fury" and "The King of Fighters."
Amazon’s livestreaming service Twitch just lost another big star, and this time it’s YouTube doing the poaching
Twitch recently lost two of its biggest streamers to Microsoft's Mixer, and now YouTube has signed Jack "CouRage" Dunlop to an exclusive deal.