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Electronic Arts tweeted ‘invest in Crypto’ as a marketing stunt — and crypto whiz kid Justin Sun capitalized by promoting his Tron p...
Binance, Huobi Global, and other crypto players cheered EA's marketing stunt to promote Crypto, a new character in Apex Legends.
ESPN just canceled a video game tournament broadcast in response to the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton
The "Apex Legends" tournament was going to be aired on ESPN this weekend. It'll still make its way to ESPN2 in October.
Electronic Arts slides as ‘Apex Legends’ season 2 fails to convince investors that it can replicate Fortnite’s massive success
The 'Apex Legends' season-two update began rolling out on July 2 for Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC players.
The biggest game of 2019 just got a huge update: Here’s everything added to ‘Apex Legends’ in season 2
The highly anticipated update to "Apex Legends" arrived on July 2, and the game got some major changes. Here's everything new in Kings Canyon!
The video game industry is facing government scrutiny over loot boxes, and the most powerful leaders in gaming are divided over what to do
Between outcry from players and potential federal regulation, the video game industry is facing a major challenge with the concept of loot boxes.
I just went to the biggest video game show on the planet, and these are the 11 games you should be most excited about
Once again, for the tenth year in a row, I went to E3 and played a bunch of games. Here's the best stuff I saw!
The biggest video game show of the year is about to kick off — here are the 13 biggest games to keep an eye on
The biggest game show of the year is coming up shortly — here's what we're keeping an eye out for as the big event approaches.
Ninja wants to be more than just ‘the Fortnite Guy,’ but the world’s most popular gamer is headed into uncharted territory
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins told the LA Times he wants to be bigger than Fortnite, but no pro gamer has been able to move beyond the world of gaming.
Video game publishers are starting to rely on popular livestreamers to advertise their games, and the bet is paying off.
The games have helped Electronic Arts and GameStop, but hurt Activision-Blizzard.