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Overwatch finally adds Deathmatch and it kind of sucks

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I haven’t played another FPS besides Overwatch in months, which makes me qualified to state that Overwatch is the best FPS on the market. That said, until today, it was lacking a deathmatch mode. And players wanted deathmatch. Though after playing a few rounds, it’s clear why adding this mode ...

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Panda Pop passes 100 million users as Jam City readies for an IPO

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The flagship game from Los Angeles-based mobile game developer Jam City, Panda Pop, has reached over 9.3 million monthly active users and climbed above its 100 millionth download. The tentpole game for MySpace founder Chris DeWolfe’s latest LA-based juggernaut of a company has certainly had its moment. Now, after swallowing ...

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Sliver.tv raises $9.8M to make eSports spectating less passive

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Twitch and YouTube Gaming have reigned supreme in the eSports viewing space, but the services have struggled to find ways to make the action of watching other people play video games into a more interactive experience. Sliver.tv is bringing 360-degree views to traditional 2D eSports PC content via their patented ...

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Nintendo adds PayPal support to the Nintendo Switch

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Nintendo has added a new payment option for eShop purchases on the Nintendo Switch and on its website. Starting today, you can now link your Nintendo account to your PayPal account and pay for future purchases using your PayPal balance or any payment method already linked to your PayPal account. ...

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