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Google Stadia Head Of Product John Justice Quits Google

Google VP and Stadia product head John Justice has quit the company, which will come as another blow to the already-ailing Google Stadia.
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FTC Blasts Apple And Google In Tapjoy Advertising Ruling


The Federal Trade Commission has blasted Apple and Google, suggesting the two companies' prohibitive mobile platform charges force developers into predatory revenue streams.

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Stadia Pro Adds Rise Of The Tomb Raider, Thumper


This week Google announced Rise of the Tomb Raider, and Thumper will be coming to Stadia Pro January 2020.


Google Stadia Gets Second Timed-Exclusive With Spitlings


After announcing the 22 games for Stadia's beginning catalog, Google just announced that Massive Miniteam's multiplayer arcade game Spitlings will be joining that catalog as a timed-exclus

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Google Play Pass Has Launched (in the U.S.)


Today, Google shocked the world by officially announcing their much-awaited Google Play Pass with little in the way of promotion or buzz.

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Climate Change Gaming Partnership Has Devs Teaming Up to Save the Planet


A climate change gaming partnership has been announced by the United Nations.

Google Announces Stadia Connect Conference For June 6

Stadia Connect Recap – Games, Pricing, Launch Details


We just saw the first Stadia Connect, where Google shared more crucial information about their groundbreaking streaming service, which will allow players to enjoy games without a gaming PC or conso


Google Tightens Play Store Policies For Loot Boxes And Advertising To Children


Google has announced new guidelines for games and apps aimed at children.

Google Play Ratings System Redesigned To Accommodate Recent Reviews

Google Play Ratings System Redesigned To Accommodate Recent Reviews


Google developers have published a new post in the Android Developers Blog, detailing new features that aim to


Tencent Controls 15% of Gaming Market and Brought In Nearly $20 Billion in 2018


Tencent, the biggest games company in the world, brought in nearly $20 billion of global games revenue last year.