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Embracer Group To Split Into Three Companies, Including One Called ‘Middle-earth Enterprises & Friends’ – GameInformer.com

Embracer Group announces a structural reorganization that will divide the company into three distinctive publicly traded companies, each with a specific focus. The divisions of Embracer’s AAA game development, free-to-play segment, and tabletop games are set to be disbursed among the companies by the end of 2025.


Capcom raises full-year earnings forecast on better than expected game sales – VideoGamesChronicle.com

Capcon is raising its projected net sales for the year by 8.9% due to the success of their titles, Street Fighter 6 and Dragon’s Dogma 2. The games have sold three million copies and 2.5 million copies, respectively, with Dragon’s Dogma 2 doing so within the first two weeks of release.


Understanding the future of brands place in games | Playable Futures – GamesIndustry.biz

Will Freeman with Playable Futures interviews Greg Carroll and Alex Luff for their take on brands and advertising within the gaming industry. Carroll points out the importance of balancing visible branding without outshining the playable content.


No Blizzcon in 2024 – GamesIndustry.biz

Blizzard has announced that there will not be a BlizzCon 2024 while alluding to the fact that the event may still return in the future. “We’re approaching this year differently,” including the celebration of World of Warcraft’s 30th anniversary, which will feature a series of in-person events around the world.