Google Stadia is all set to fulfill its biggest promise of letting its users live-stream games directly to YouTube starting from today.
So we present to you the gaming industry; the latest gaming news on mobile games, console games and PC games. No matter if you like the Xbox, Playstation or download games, if you are in favor for mobile games for Android store or iOS Apple store, interested in Steam, Youtube gaming, Facebook Gaming or interesting game reviews, preview of new game releases or interesting research and reports. Anything that is interesting and what YOU should know, you will read here!
The gaming industry is in a rapid growth. In my podcast I talk to people about their experiences. How is it to run a game studio, what kind of trends are they seeing, how do you recruit good people, what is blockchain, what does the metaverse mean and do? Also the latest video gaming news and other interesting topics. If you’re into gaming news that concerns the video gaming industry and more over into sources where you can find the latest news around game reviews, launch dates of game releases, game industry hot topics and more, you’re in the best of luck. On this site Reinout is trying to keep you up to date with the latest video gaming news.
Whether you’re a hardcore PC gamer, a console players on the PS5 or Xbox, a mobile games player, or someone who works in the video gaming industry, or a casual gamer who enjoys the hobby, there’s something for all of you!
Next to our news, I also host a video game podcast, where we report about the video gaming industry, interviews with people that work in gaming. Also we cover the latest on mobile, console and PC games.
There are hundreds of videos that have been taken down by Twitch due to copyright infringement and streamers are not happy about it. There was a time when Twitch only received close to 50 DMCA notifications per year but now these numbers have reached thousands per year.
Monthly game subscription you say? Yes, Amazon’s Luna is officially rolled out to testers for beta and we have some exciting information on its User Interface and gameplay. Amazon gave invitations to a small set of customers in the US, yes, it is limited to the US only.
Twitch has taken down several videos from partnered streamers channels earlier this week in what is described as the strongest action taken against copyrighted content to date. The mass-ban continued on content that was found to include copyright infringement material.
Addiction to anything is injurious, ladies and gentlemen, and China has recently revised its laws pertaining to internet addiction and minors. China has asked online service providers to restrict time and internet consumption limits for children. Of course they mean Game Addiction!
Amazon is a new contender in the Cloud gaming market, and I bet that no one will take it lightly. The news came out yesterday that Amazon, at its annual Alexa Hardware event, is set to launch its new cloud gaming platform at some point in the near future. Luna will have a $5.99 per month introductory price in its early access phase. It is going to be supported across mainland US at the start and no support for Hawaii, Alaska, and the US territories. Yes, fellow, at the moment it is extremely limited.
Ubisoft has gone deeper and farther into the world of game streaming by joining hands with new Parsec partnership. Game streaming and Ubisoft are no strangers given the past with Google Stadia but now it seems that Ubisoft is comfortable exploring and expanding this technology with new partners like Parsec.
In a blog written by Parsec, this multi-year will see Ubisoft using Parsec’s platform and technology to “power in-game experiences, demos, events and other projects.”
With Mixer users now being forwarded to Facebook Gaming, video game live streaming is down to Facebook and Twitch.
Team based challenges, where you are not only striving for victory but also live challenges, power to the fans, who can vote for which challenge the streamer has to engage with and to which fans are being monetized.
U.S. gamers and movie watchers are binging on entertainment during the pandemic, and game companies and streaming movie services are vying with each other to get consumers to sign up for their services, according to Deloitte‘s 14th annual Digital Media Trends report.