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Saskatchewan government reviewing management of gaming – Regina Leader-Post

Casino Regina Don Healy/Regina Leader-Post The province is doing a review of its gaming operations.  Barry Lacey, the former CEO and president of Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA), will be joining Crown Investments Corporation (CIC) to lead the review.  Blair Swystun, CEO and president of CIC, says the review …

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Lesley McDiarmid joins Green Man Gaming as Head – Gamasutra

[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.] London, 15 May 2017:   Green Man Gaming, a global e-commerce technology company in the video games industry, today announced the appointment of Lesley McDiarmid as Head of Corporate Partnerships at Green Man …

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Rs 50 lakh grant for creating original IP content in gaming, animation – YourStory.com

The Karnataka government sets aside a Rs 2.5-crore fund aimed at developing world-class content for a global audience. It is also setting up a Centre of Excellence for Animation which will boast of pre- and post-production facilities and incubate promising companies. Original intellectual property content in animation and gaming will …

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PS4 Pro vs Xbox Scorpio vs Nintendo Switch: Gamers will be SHOCKED when they read this – Daily Star

DS PS4, Xbox and Nintendo Switch gamers won’t believe this Sony PS4 and Microsoft Xbox bosses are in for an almighty shock. Both of the two most home console makers have been far more dominant in the market in recent years at the expense of Nintendo who took …

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Why Xbox Live is the focus of Microsoft's gaming business – VentureBeat

If it seems like Microsoft is de-emphasizing the importance of owning an Xbox console to play its games, that’s because the company cares way more about its digital platform and about a box that sits next to your TV. Xbox Live, not Xbox One or even the souped-up Scorpio, is the …

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How gaming in the classroom prepares children for life in a surveillance state – The Conversation UK

It’s well known that surveillance effects how we behave. A recent study on the issue showed that traffic to Wikipedia articles on controversial subjects dropped off significantly after Edward Snowden revealed widespread Internet surveillance by the NSA and GCHQ. This shows both the short and long-term effect that intrusion into …

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Overwatch's Pro Gaming League Struggling To Get Started And This Might Be Why – GameSpot

[UPDATE] Following the publication of this story, Blizzard Entertainment sent over a lengthy statement in response to the reports about the Overwatch League. The full statement follows below: “We appreciate that there’s a lot of enthusiasm about the Overwatch League, which has translated into months of speculation–including reports circulating unverified …

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BREAKINGVIEWS-Second player in Chinese gaming goes up a level – Nasdaq

Shutterstock photo (The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are her own.) By Robyn MakHONG KONG, May 11 (Reuters Breakingviews) - The number two player in Chinese gaming just advanced another level. Sales at NetEase <NTES.O> are soaring and its shares have almost doubled in …

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The Best TV Stands for Gaming – IGN

Share. It really ties the room together. By Seth G. Macy Anyone trying to fit multiple gaming consoles or other electronics under their TV without making a huge mess knows how important it is to get a high-quality gaming TV stand. A simple two-tier TV stand is fine if you’re …

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Four Pro Gaming Teams Drop Overwatch In One Week – Kotaku

It’s been a gnarly handful of days for the professional Overwatch scene. Since last Tuesday, four organizations have dropped their Overwatch teams, citing a lack of certainty about Blizzard’s upcoming Overwatch League and potentially prohibitive costs they’ll have to pay in order to join it. Today, esports organization compLexity bid …

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