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Gambling

Fanatics Plans Tipico Acquisition, a Report Claims

The leading sports apparel company, Fanatics, may be planning to acquire Tipico, the sports betting company, a new report reveals. Sports Apparel Company Fanatics Reportedly in Talks to Acquire Tipico Fanatics hasn’t officially confirmed details regarding the possible acquisition. However, a report recently released by CNBC cited two sources close to the matter. According to […] Read More

PC

Every game at not-E3 2022

PC Gaming Show (hey, that's us) are on Sunday. And there's more: Here's the full 2022 not-E3 schedule. In this article, we'll be collecting all the big games that show up during this announcement and reveal heavy period, updating it frequently over this week and next. As we wait for the shows to happen, we've […]Read More

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Diablo Immortal isn’t quite pay-to-win, but it’s close

Diablo Immortal for more than a few hours, you'll probably have to pay. NetEase and Blizzard's mobile-first and now PC-ported Diablo game is built to obfuscate how real money transactions can influence your character's strength, but the most dedicated players are probably going to discover its significance soon. It's still too early to say how […]Read More

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How to unlock Solar 3.0 fragments in Destiny 2

Solar rework is receiving a bit of a mixed response. The changes to Gunslinger are pretty darn good, but Titans and Warlocks seem a little less pleased with the overhaul. As with the Void rework, it’s all about aspects and fragments now, and choosing a line-up of perks that’ll synergise with your playstyle and mod […]Read More

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Take-Two Acquires Zynga, Second-Biggest Deal In Games History

Take-Two, the publisher behind household name franchises like Grand Theft Auto, XCOM, and NBA2K, has officially acquired mobile juggernaut Zynga in the second-biggest deal in games history after Microsoft’s eventual acquisition of Activision Blizzard.  According to PC Gamer, the proposals were approved last Thursday, and the acquisition totals a whopping $12.7 billion. Zynga is notable […]Read More

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Take-Two and Zynga merge in the biggest deal in gaming

Zelnick in the company's announcement. “As we bring together our exceptional talent, exciting pipelines of games, and industry-leading technologies and capabilities, we believe that we can take our portfolio to another level of creativity, innovation, and quality.” There are a few mentions of 'strong shareholder value' that I'll spare you, though Zelnick also speaks about […]Read More