This Video Game news page includes news headlines, summaries, and article citations about video games from diverse, English-language news sources around the world.
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- Kris Bowers opens up about his journey to becoming a film and TV composer
Blockbuster movies, hit TV shows, documentaries and even video games. Kris Bowers has composed and scored it all at just 32 years old. ...
CBS News. Saturday, 31 Jul 2021.
- Activision, Facing Internal Turmoil, Grapples With #MeToo Reckoning
More than 1,500 employees for the video game
giant, which is facing an explosive state lawsuit, have called for executives to take sexual harassment seriously.
New York Times. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- The Dragon Prince Creators Talk About The Netflix Fantasy Show And Upcoming Video Game
A discussion with Aaron Ehasz and Justin Richmond, the creators of The Dragon Prince.
Forbes. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- New Video Game Confronts Slavery's Legacy Through a Historical Mystery
"Blackhaven" finds a fictional intern working to uncover a colonial estate's hidden history while facing present-day racism
Smithsonian. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- The Top Video Game Releases Of August 2021
Here are all the video games
releasing in August 2021 and what to play.
Forbes. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- JAKKS Pacific (JAKK) Q2 Earnings & Revenue Beat Estimates
JAKKS Pacific (JAKK) second-quarter 2021 results benefit from higher sales of video games.
Zacks. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- Activision Blizzard employees walk out, demand reforms in wake of discrimination suit
Activision Blizzard employees walk out a week after California sued the video game
giant alleging sexual harassment, retaliation and discrimination.
Los Angeles Times. Wednesday, 28 Jul 2021.
- Staff at games giant Activision Blizzard to stage walkout over 'insulting' response to discrimination lawsuit
Staff at video games
giant Activision Blizzard - the company behind the Warcraft and Call Of Duty franchises - are set to stage a walkout in protest at the handling of a discrimination lawsuit by senior leadership.
Sky News. Wednesday, 28 Jul 2021.
- 4 Stocks to Play as Video Game Sales Continue to Surge
Video game spending is strong despite changing pandemic conditions. This calls for investing in JAKKS Pacific (JAKK), International Game Tech (IGT), Electronic Arts (EA) and Mattel (MAT).
Zacks. Tuesday, 27 Jul 2021.
- Video game company is sued for sexual harassment and discrimination towards its employees
Research shows Activision Blizzard fosters a toxic corporate culture.
Entrepreneur. Friday, 23 Jul 2021.
- CA sues video game developers behind 'Call Of Duty,' 'Overwatch,' alleging 'frat boy' culture
Female employees have to "continually fend off unwanted sexual comments and advances by their male coworkers," the filing says.
ABC News. Friday, 23 Jul 2021.
- Netflix confirms its expansion into the video game market
The streaming company decided to start with games on smartphones.
Entrepreneur. Wednesday, 21 Jul 2021.
- Netflix's foray into video games is 'ill-advised,' Wedbush analyst says
While subscribers may be excited about the prospect of Netflix adding video games
to its subscription, Wedbush's Michael Pachter calls the move "ill-advised."
CNBC. Wednesday, 21 Jul 2021.
- Netflix reveals it's moving into gaming as subscriber growth slows
Netflix has confirmed it is moving into video games
as it reported a sharp slowdown in subscriber growth.
Sky News. Wednesday, 21 Jul 2021.
- Netflix turns to video games in battle to reverse subscriber slowdown
Jerusalem-based drama Shtisel (pictured) has been a hit show for streaming giant Netflix and while the US tech giant is still gaining paying customers it is doing so at a far slower rate.
Daily Mail. Tuesday, 20 Jul 2021.
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