VCs see opportunities for gaming infrastructure startups and incumbents

As the infrastructure for developing games becomes more advanced, studios have turned to buying best-in-class technology from others instead of building everything from scratch (often with inferior quality). This shift underpinned Unity’s rise as the most popular game engine. The current focus on games as ever-evolving social hubs that can remain popular for a decade requires investment in “live ops” to keep updating the game with new features and experiences, only adding to a game studio’s responsibilities. There are big movements in gaming right now to make games cross-platform (not

Port Royale 4 Beta Is Out Now

Seafaring trade simulator Port Royale 4 has released its beta as a pre-purchase, with players who purchase the game now getting a discounted rate and instant access to the beta.The latest in a series dating back to 2003's Port Royale, the trading sim takes players back to the golden age of seafaring in the Caribbean, acting as the governor of an island-based colony. In a new twist for the series, sea battles will now be turn-based, with up to 8 different ships involved in each battle.See what else is new

Enjin Coin Review: Putting Gaming On The Blockchain

Enjin is a project has been growing at a rapid pace. This gaming community supports over 300,000 gaming communities, with 19 million registered gamers. Since 2009 Enjin has enabled gamers to create websites for clans and guilds, create forums, add wikis, chat groups, and much more. And in 2017 they held an ICO in order to bring their technology onto the blockchain – as well as adding innovative new features. However, is the Enjin Coin still worth considering? In this Enjin review I will attempt to answer that by taking