The biggest and most powerful entertainment companies are no longer film studios or cable companies, but mobile gaming companies. And it’s no wonder, people do everything on their smartphones and spend 2.2x more time on them than they did just five years ago. Almost everyone plays some sort of mobile game. About 192MM Americans play […]
Everyone loves the idea of winning big at the slot machines, collecting your money as the bells and sirens ring; but everyone also knows that this almosts never happens. With slot machines more or less being a game of chance, wouldn’t you rather play a skill-based game where you have better odds? GameCo has developed […]
There’s a reason why game shows like Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune are so popular; everyone loves the thrill of high intensity mental competition. But while it’s fun to watch the action from a distance, only one app is giving you the chance to play. FleetWit, the mobile app that pays out real money for […]
While much of the rest of the world continues to embrace online gambling, the US continues to lag behind the rest. While this might sound surprising for the country that gave rise to Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and countless other physical casino resorts nationwide, it’s a product of the ongoing limitations in regulation facing online […]
If you’re a gamer, you likely loathe all of the hardware and software expenses that are associated with the hobby. Be completely platform agnostic and cloud based with LiquidSky, the newly funded startup that converts your computer into a cloud-based gaming device instantaneously. Offloading hardware requirements and rendering to the cloud, this solves a real problem that […]
Augmented reality, the technology behind hit game “Pokémon Go,” is becoming increasingly appealing to investors and companies.
Our mission is to deliver fun to millions. We’ve been doing that for 15 years now across hundreds of products. We’ve released popular games like Imago on iOS and Android, created the Solitaire that’s pre-installed on every Windows 10 machine worldwide and work with hundreds of publishers like the Washington Post to keep their users engaged and entertained.
Videogaming as a spectator sport is drawing the attention of mainstream advertisers as they try to capitalize on the spending power of millions of gamers worldwide.
Scientists are recruiting videogamers to help crowdsource answers to research issues. The videogames — designed to emulate popular games — ask players to solve puzzles and complete other tasks to help sort through data and identify patterns
According to research carried out by Newzoo Global Games Market, mobile gaming is set to be even huger than console gaming during 2016. On top of this, revenue from traditional console gaming is set to fall by the time 2019 comes round. Why is this? Well, mobile gaming is becoming more and more popular for […]
The concept of the smartphone has changed people’s lives worldwide. The selling point is that it is more than just a phone where people can communicate with one another, but also a platform to perform functions that either used to be done solely over the internet on a computer or actually done by a person […]