Social games developer Zynga has appointed Jeff Ryan as its chief people officer
Huuuge Games' Berlin chief Chris O'Kelly discusses the balance between securing growth and maintaining the right culture
Oakvale Capital director Daniel Burns and Tangelo Games boss Vicenc Marti reveal why social gaming is such an attractive market for acquisition
Aristocrat Leisure has today (Friday) finalised its previously announced acquisition of social gaming company Plarium Global Limited.
Vivid Games' Jan Chichłowski explains what’s driving new users in gaming and how to maximise user acquisition methods
KamaGames Group has set its sights on expansion into Asia after striking up a partnership with Yoozoo Games.
Zynga has reported a significant year-on-year increase in profit at its Irish unit, despite cutting more than half of its staff at the business in 2015.
The 1989 movie Field Of Dreams has many lessons for those hoping to develop esports successfully, says Hai Ng of Neomancer
Social games developer Zynga has appointed Phuong Phillips as its new chief legal officer.
Endemol Shine Group has announced a joint venture with Black Cow Technology to launch a new B2B games platform.
Social games developer Rovio Entertainment has secured a partnership with English Premier League football club Everton.
KamaGames Group has announced that it is to roll out its first HTML5 game with social media platform VK.com.
PokerStars has opted to relaunch its ‘PokerStars Play’ social gaming service in select markets around the world.
KamaGames Group has revealed plans to enhance its presence in China and the wider South East Asian market.
Social gaming brand Playtika has agreed a multi-million-dollar deal to become the new main shirt sponsor of Spanish LaLiga football club Sevilla.
Aristocrat Leisure has entered into a binding agreement to acquire social gaming company Plarium Global for an upfront amount of $500m (€426m) in cash.
OtherLevels has appointed Andy Dellbridge, formerly of Camelot, as its new head of professional services and customer success.
Zynga has revealed that it was able to break its mobile revenue record for the second consecutive quarter, while also confirming its best top-line quarterly performance in four years.
The American Gaming Association (AGA) has released an updated version of its code of conduct, complete with a number of measures designed to help protect players.
The market grew 15.8% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2017, with DoubleU Games becoming the No 2 publisher following buy of DoubleDown, writes Adam Krejcik of Eilers & Krejcik Gaming.