It is expected that by 2020, mobile gaming will account for half of the £800 million video game market. That's not a figure to be sniffed at.
As more and more elements of gambling slip into traditional video games, we can’t help but wonder: where will it stop?
What trends in the gaming industry can we expect over the next few months? Let’s take a look at the top four gaming trends to look out for in 2018.
Undoubtedly, the biggest gaming genre that has emerged over the last year is that of the Battle Royale games.
Our desktop PC is always right where we left it, waiting for us to tap into an endless world of information and entertainment. What more could we possibly want?
As 2018 gets going, there are a number of trends that will allow the mobile gaming industry to continue its upward trajectory.
It might have slipped under your radar, but if you're a fan of the massively successful Planet of the Apes movie franchise, you might...
eSports has been growing year-on-year and, inevitably, once betting companies got a foothold in the virtual world, it was always going to become another revenue stream.
More and more people are seeing their mobile phone as a gaming device, and so here are the hottest handsets for playing the latest games on.
In recent years, the world of eSports has become massively popular. Here are four of this year's biggest games on the scene.
Your parents probably always told you not to play with your food, but thanks to video games, nobody can tell you not to anymore!
Video games can, believe it or not, actually have a positive impact on your wellbeing.
For the last two decades or so, gaming has provided a platform for people to get together. Many bonds have been formed over the years...
Could Sony and Nintendo add to their current successes by exploring other markets in order to maximise revenue?
While the true PC gamers among us will say there's nothing finer than sitting at their desk, housing a mighty fine beast of a tower PC, sometimes it's nice to be able to game on the go.
The rise of eSports and associated betting practises has caused concern for UK regulators. A paper has been issued, outlining industry regulations.
Scientists and researchers often point out the positive effects of the video games, for stress reduction in particular.
2017's been a fantastic year for games, but it's looking like 2018 will be just a good, with a brand new slew of video games to keep us enthralled and entertained.
Two movie franchises are making their way back to the big screen.
For many years, probably a couple decades in fact, handheld devices such as mobile phones were a lot less powerful than their desktop counterparts...
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