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Sumo Group has continued its expansion this year as it acquires Oregon-based studio Pipeworks. The deal is worth $100 million.
Pipeworks was founded in 1999 and has helped to create around 100 games.
Activision's mobile adaption of its Call of Duty franchise has gone from strength-to-strength since its launch last year.
The mobile shooter, within its first year, racked up nearly one billion monthly hours of in-game player time at its peak.
Having introduced LevelPlay to the world earlier this year, mobile monetisation specialist ironSource has opened the in-app bidding platform up to all developers.
Furthermore, Facebook's bidding system, Facebook Audience Network is now in open beta on LevelPlay.
We caught up with Jam City vice president of mergers and acquisitions John Peterson, during which he discussed how the studio has progressed.
Namely, how it has grown through the use of mergers and acquisitions, as explained by Peterson, Jam City is "very relationship-driven."
University can be a tricky time for people, much of which comes down to it, preparing you for what career path you choose.
We caught up with ByteDance director of business development for gaming Tom Van Dam, during which he explained how a change in courses led him to where he is today—having dropped an IT major for economics and finance.