5G Gaming Is The Fundament For Game Streaming

5G gaming is expected to be one of the biggest technology trends of the next few years. Countries like India are a potential blue ocean for western game developers. No lag during your gameplay is a major promise for 5G users.

Is Valorant Counter-strike?

Since Valorant has surfaced in the gaming industry, there is a question that has surrounded many; is Valorant Counter-strike? Or is Valorant a rip off of Counter-strike? Well, yes, but actually no. In this article I take you through a close comparison between Valorant and Counter-Strike. Let’s see if we can answer this question.

What’s next for consumer AR in 2020

True augmented reality hasn’t found an easy path to consumer adoption. In spite of general understanding of how AR hardware and software should theoretically work — put on glasses to see the real world overlaid with digital objects and signage — the technology needed to actually get there has been confoundingly difficult, requiring so many big and small advances … Continue reading What’s next for consumer AR in 2020

How to keep investors updated on your gaming startup

Last summer, I started helping the founders of games companies. Founders often spent an enormous amount of time raising money, and optimizing who is involved in a financing round. However, too few founders tap into their investors sufficiently. One fundamental way to keep possible investors and existing investors involved and excited about the company is … Continue reading How to keep investors updated on your gaming startup

Black Friday weekend digital game spending reached record $4.36b

Black Friday digital gaming sales reached a record high this year according to SuperData, hitting a total of $4.36 billion from Black Friday through Cyber Monday. In-game spending in free-to-play games up 13% YOY as digital interest continues to grow. SuperData shares that digital spending for the shopping weekend rose 9% year-over-year thanks to major … Continue reading Black Friday weekend digital game spending reached record $4.36b