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French fashion brand Louis Vuitton is launching a mobile game with NFTs.
Launched on August 4th, 2021 for iOS and Android devices, Louis: The Game will be part of the company's celebrations for the 200th anniversary of its founder's birth.
Swedish games publisher Embracer Group has purchased eight new companies, including mobile developer CrazyLabs.
The purchases totalled $315 million making it Embracer’s third-largest purchase this year.
Spanish startup Unusuall has raised $3.6 million (€3 million) in seed funding, which was led by Free Fire publisher Garena.
Unusuall's goal is to create casual mobile games with more social and more exciting experiences.
Hypercasual publisher CrazyLabs has acquired Indian developer Firescore Interactive,
Founded in August 2018 by Karan Khairajani and Surojit Roy, the Mumbai-based developer has seen its mobile games generate over 200 million downloads.
Tencent has revealed that it will rein in accessibility options it has implemented for minors, following criticism from a state media article that saw $60 billion knocked off the company's valuation.
Following the publishing of the article, Tencent’s share price fell more than 10 per cent - plummeting the Chinese tech giant's stock by almost $60 billion.