The Advantages and Challenges of Outsourcing Game Development

If you’ve played a modern AAA video game recently, odds are it wasn’t the product of a single team in a single studio. While the days of garage game designers are by no means over, when it comes to the heavy-hitting, million-copies-selling series, like Assassins Creed, Madden, or FIFA, they were most likely created by many remote teams working together.

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E3 2018 Mobile Game Announcements

Gaming’s biggest annual event, E3, kicked off last week, with the gaming industry’s major publishers all holding press conferences aimed at hyping fans and goading competitors. While the primary focus was arguably aimed specifically at dedicated game consoles, like the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X, mobile gamers were anything but left out. We’re going…

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Top Sports Betting Apps

A recent decision handed down from the United States Supreme Court has ushered in a new era of digital sports betting. Fans of traditional sports betting, as well as other fantasy variants, now have the freedom to choose from many sports betting and wagering apps that are now on the market.

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How Mobile Apps Can Benefit from Blockchain Technology

How Mobile Apps Can Benefit from Blockchain Technology Blockchain sounds like something physicists have been trying to uncover for hundreds of years, but the reality is blockchain is the new kid on the block (get it?) for managing and providing secure and reliable transactions. There are bidding wars over developers, apps that track sexual consent through blockchain, and the constant analysis and introduction of new…

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The Slow Death of Windows Phone

Microsoft officially pulled the plug on Windows Phone in July of last year. Of course, the announcement of the end of Redmond’s technical support for the mobile OS was really just a confirmation of what most app developers and users already knew: Windows Phone had been languishing for a long time. This death knell was…

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