GAX Gabs: The Great E3 2019 Roundtable

by Ade Putra, Kenneth Ang, Wei Song, Tim Augustin Opening & Platform Holders Publishers Games Expectations Ade: Wake up, Samurai. Gaming’s collective pilgrimage to E3 2019 is now over. As developers, press and fans worldwide heave a sigh of relief, it’s time to unpack our thoughts and dig into all ...

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Stadia has free and premium tiers, not launching in Asia yet

We have new details on Google Stadia from this morning’s Connect livestream. Presented by Stadia boss Phil Harrison, the pre-recorded video touched on games, territories, internet requirements and pricing. But first, what everyone needs to know: Stadia is not coming to Asia at launch. The service is headed to 14 ...

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Google is revealing Stadia game announcements, release dates and pricing on June 7

In March, Google revealed a nifty little thing called Google Stadia. This innovative new gaming platform offers high quality gameplay on any device, be it phones, computers or even a smart TV. Obviously, several gamers would’ve been skeptical at this news, especially since it relies heavily on cloud streaming. We ...

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Stadia is Google’s bold plan on tackling game streaming, launching in 2019

Google isn’t stepping into the gaming arena, it’s building digital stadiums. Or Stadia, as the tech giant calls it. Revealed this morning after weeks of mixed anticipation, the Alphabet Inc. firm presented a game streaming platform that could be truly revolutionary, should its lofty goals translate to real-world results ...

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Google will unveil its new Project Yeti gaming hardware next month

And here I thought foldable smartphones were rocking the boat. By comparison, Google intends to rock an entire ocean liner. The company announced that it would unveil its new gaming hardware at a major video game conference in March. According to CNBC’s report (thanks guys), “Project Yeti” will supposedly ...

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Indie Games Accelerator 2018

A chat with The Gentlebros and BattleBrew Productions on Google’s first Indie Games Accelerator

With the conclusion of Google’s first ever Indie Games Accelerator Bootcamp right here in Singapore, we had a chance to talk to some of our very own homegrown and talented indie game developers. Specifically Desmond Wong, CEO of The Gentlebros and Shawn Toh, CEO of Battlebrew Productions. The Gentlebros (official ...

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Google Indie Games Accelerator 2018 - SG Grads

Google held the world’s first Indie Games Accelerator right here in Singapore

For a class of select indie game developers, stepping into Google’s Asia-Pacific headquarters must have felt like a dream. An all-expenses paid trip to Singapore, brushing shoulders with like-minded peers and mentors teeming with industry knowledge — all to better improve their craft. It was the first Indie Games ...

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Twitch Picked Up By Amazon For $970mil

I must have missed something when I last heard that Google was in talks to acquire video streaming service Twitch, going so far as to believing the billion-dollar deal was made, but that has fallen through. Instead, news breaks today that Amazon has acquired Twitch for US$970 million.

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Google May Buy Over For Over $1 billion

Launched in June 2011 by Justin Kan and Emmett Shear, is now the world’s leading video platform, and receives over 45 million visitors per month. is probably most famous for Twitch Plays Pokemon, whereby millions of players online simultaneously play the same game (and quite impressively manage ...

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Catch Pokémon on Google Maps

Just admit it – all of us Pokémon lovers have fantasized about being Pokémon masters and trainers in real life. Well, thanks to the amazing Google, now, you actually can. For April’s Fools Day this year, Google has placed several Pokémon on Google Maps, for Android and iPhone. All ...

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