Belgium has followed the Netherlands in banning the sale of loot boxes in video games, as Europe begins to crack down on what it deems to be illegal gambling operations run by major game publishers.
Netflix executives probably felt pretty happy with their company’s recent $100 billion valuation but did it get there fair and square?
Audiobook sales have doubled in the last five years, as consumers continue to put down their paperbacks and plug in their headphones.
A Disney Sky News buyout is latest in a series of dramatic offers, counter-offers, and acquisitions surrounding pay-TV group Sky.
Cineworld stock received a huge boost in February 2018 thanks to news that the cinema chain completed a reverse takeover of US cinema group Regal Entertainment.
As it stands, there are five living former-presidents.
Music streaming service Spotify has announced its plans for an unusual IPO and will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker name SPOT.
The Weinstein Co, co-founded by disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein, has said it plans to declare bankruptcy after a $500m deal to sell the company fell through.
Despite being one of the cornerstones of the internet, YouTube does not currently have a public valuation.
After a number of false starts the UK is almost ready to fire the starting gun on its 5G spectrum auction — paving the way for faster mobile internet in the country.
Supercell, the fifth largest mobile game publisher, has reported a 20.5 percent year-on-year drop in profits.
Two British broadcasters Sky and BT Sport have agreed to pay £4.46bn to broadcast Premier League football games for three seasons from 2019-20, hundreds of millions of pounds less than the previous three-year deal.
BT-owned EE has unveiled a 4G router with an external antenna as a way to provide mobile internet to areas of the UK not connected by fixed line broadband.
Esports — competitive video gaming — recorded total revenue of $756m in 2017 and is on track to become a $1bn industry by the end of the year, according to video game data company SuperData.
As week three of the Overwatch League gets underway in Burbank, California, Blizzard are expecting another sell-out crowd.
With Disney planning to start up its own streaming service, and a net neutrality ruling from the US, at the end of 2017 we asked whether Netflix’s investors should be panicking.
Social media giant Facebook has agreed a deal to become the exclusive broadcaster of ESL’s popular CS:GO (a first-person shooter) and fantasy battle game Dota 2 esports tournaments.
Twitch agreed a record-breaking $90m deal with Blizzard earlier this week for the rights to stream all Overwatch League matches for the next two seasons.
With just hours to go until the Overwatch League gets underway, Twitch has struck a last-minute deal with Blizzard to secure the streaming rights for the highly-anticipated esports competition.
Music-streaming service Spotify has been served with a $1.6bn copyright lawsuit by song licensee Wixen Music Publishing.
Gaming disorder is due to be added to the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) as a serious health condition that needs to be monitored.
Netflix have had free reign over the streaming game since their inception.
Star Wars returns to the big screen this weekend with the franchise’s latest instalment The Last Jedi. Verdict takes a look at some of the best luxury as well as affordable buys to get you ready for the blockbuster.
Revenue generated by the esports industry has surpassed $1.5bn in 2017, according to a new report by gaming data company SuperData Research.
People own more connected devices — whether that’s laptops, phones, or tablets — than ever in the UK.
US streaming company Netflix has announced plans to raise prices in the US and the UK — the company’s biggest market and its biggest market outside of North America respectively.
Netflix is 20 years old and this year streaming revenue — combining music and video — will overtake physical sales for the first time.
Everyone’s favourite streaming company Netflix is celebrating its 20th anniversary.
Hot off the heels of Netflix’s exciting acquisition of a comic book studio, they’ve been hit by some major bad news.
Facebook has plans to launch original TV programmes by “late summer” according to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ).