French mobile startup Oh BiBi has raised $21 million to support the development of Frag, an online first-person shooter looking to capitalize on the popularity of Fortnite.
Players of the free-to-play mobile title Game of Thrones: Conquest claim to have found bots that are exploiting the game's mechanics and cheating players out of money used on in-app purchases.
Snap is reportedly looking to bolster the offerings of its messaging app Snapchat by introducing a full-fledged video game platform to the mobile chat app.
Pokémon Go hit its highest active playerbase since launching back in July 2016 according to a new report from the market analysis firm SuperData, which reports the game earned $104 million in May, up 174 percent during the same time last year.
Monument Valley 2 has amassed $10.4 million in revenue during its first year on digital shelves. The atmospheric effort launched on iOS on June 5, 2017, before hitting other platforms later that year.
Bethesda has filed a lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Behaviour Interactive, accusing the duo of copyright infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, deceptive business practices, and unfair competition, all of which stems from the recent release of the Behaviour-developed Westworld mobile game.
Newsbrief: According to the South Korean news publication Korea Joongang Daily, PUBG Corp parent company Bluehole is set to acquire the mobile game developer Delusion Studio.
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Mighty Bear Games, the Singapore-based studio that rose from the ashes of Nonstop Games last July, has secured "millions of dollars" in seed funding to develop next-generation online games.
Tel Aviv-based educational games company TinyTap announced yesterday that it raised $5 million in a Series A funding round led by Aleph, an Israeli venture fund. Previous investors Radiant, Inimiti and ReInvent also contributed.