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Microsoft’s game streaming service Project xCloud launches in preview on iOS

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Voodoo Games thrives by upending conventional product design

More posts by this contributor Venture investing in elder tech Voodoo Games is one of the most interesting startups alive today. In mid-2018, it had 150 million MAUs and raised $200 million from Goldman Sachs, yet I’ve never heard anyone mention the company. That might be normal for an obscure ...

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HQ Trivia shuts down after acquisition falls through

HQ Trivia is dead. Today the company laid off its full staff of 25 and will cease operation of its trivia, sports and word guessing games, a source close to the company confirmed. You can watch the insane, drunken final episode here HQ Trivia had a deal in the works ...

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Twitter-backed ShareChat eyes fantasy sports in India

The growing market of fantasy sports in India may soon have a new and odd entrant: ShareChat . The local social networking app, which in August last year raised $100 million in a financing round led by Twitter, has developed a fantasy sports app and has been quietly testing it ...

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The future (and past) of mobile gaming

The future (and past) of mobile gaming – TechCrunch We spoke with QuizUp founder Thor Fridriksson about the industry’s next decade Jordan Crook @jordanrcrook / 1 month The summer of 2008 changed everything. Apple’s launch of the App Store a year after the release of the iPhone was a watershed ...

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What to expect in digital media in 2020

What to expect in digital media in 2020 – TechCrunch Eric Peckham @epeckham / 4 weeks As we start 2020, the media and entertainment sectors are in flux. New technologies are enabling new types of content, streaming platforms in multiple content categories are spending billions in their fight for market ...

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Scopely lands a triple-word score with launch of new Scrabble game

Scopely lands a triple-word score with launch of new Scrabble game – TechCrunch Jonathan Shieber @jshieber / 3 days Los Angeles-based mobile gaming company Scopely​ unveiled its newest game, Scrabble GO, now available for pre-order on Android and coming to iOS later this year. Working with Hasbro in North America ...

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