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Gameloft has soft-launched a new island puzzler called Disney Getaway Blast, which includes characters from movies such as Lilo & Stitch, Toy Story, Aladdin, Mickey and Friends and Frozen.
By originally planned to go live in 2019, it's since confirmed the release has been pushed into 2020.
Israeli mobile advertising and monetisation outfit IronSource is currently on a rip; private equity company CVC Funds just invested $400 million in the fast-growing company.
It's also investing heavily in its adtech platform as it looks to build on its likely $1 billion annualised run-rate.
So it's interesting to get more insight into how the company works, as seen through the eyes of its director of publisher relations Sandra Schneider.
10 years ago, Angry Birds was released onto the Apple Apple Store.
In this interview with Rovio chief marketing officer Ville Heijari, we discuss what happened next.
One of the biggest trends of 2019 has been the introduction of monthly battle passes, whereby playes pay to access time-limited assets and resources.
And it's not just being used by battle royale shooters, as this article from GameRefinery's Chief Game Analyst - US Erno Kiiski explains.
One of the few mobile game developers with multiple billion-dollar-games, Russian outfit Playrix is now firmly in expansion mode as demonstrated by its acquistion of Serbian developer Eipix Entertainment.