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Riot vets aiming to shake up multiplayer with new studio The Believer Company – GamesIndustry.biz

Former Riot Games creator Michael Chow is heading up a new studio, The Believer Company. The company has just raised $55 million in Series A funding, with additional funding and support from Michael D. Eisner, formally of The Walt Disney Company. With their new IP in production, Believer looks forward to creating open-world games that “bring players together rather than pushing them apart.”

FIFA 23 Gets National Women’s Soccer League Teams Next Week – IGN.com

Just in time for Women’s Day, EA Sports announced that 12 teams from the National Women’s Soccer League will be making their debut in FIFA 23 on March 15. Jessica Berman, the NWSL commissioner, says the addition of the women’s teams is a “monumental milestone for the league” and welcomes the support from EA Sports leadership.

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is reportedly getting a major update soon – TheVerge.com

After 10 years, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is on the verge of a major update. While images of a possible CS:GO 2 file were released on Twitter, journalist, Richard Lewis, disclosed that the updates, which include improved matchmaking and latency reduction, may be released as early as the end of the month.

Call of Duty is getting a Ninja Turtles crossover – Polygon.com

The next crossover to Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and Call of Duty: Warzone will feature the villain, Shredder, from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The collaboration comes just months before the newest TMMT full-length movie hits theaters in August 2023.