Off the back of a recent partnership with Xbox, Telstra are looking to take gaming more seriously as a market segment.
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Lenovo are partnering with battle royale shooter Apex Legends in order to boost the profile of their Legion gaming PC range.
Blizzard's remaster of Warcraft 3 has gotten a late-January release date.
Wizards of the Coast have announced they'll be working with Tuque Games on a new Dark Alliance action RPG.
Gearbox have announced their first game for the Playstation 5 before the console itself has been revealed.
Microsoft officially revealed the Xbox Series X at this year's Game Awards.
Riot is opening the door for third-party developers looking to work with the League of Legends IP through a new Riot Forge publishing group.
The ACCC have issued a court enforcable order compelling ZeniMax to provide refunds to frustrated Fallout fans.
Telstra will be the exclusive provider for Microsoft's new Xbox All Access package in Australia.
In addition to announcing League of Legends: Wild Rift, Legends of Runeterra, Arcane and Project L, Riot Games also teased their first new IP during this week’s 10th anniversary livestream.
Taking place before the advent of League of Legends, the series will be set in Piltover and "follow the origins of two iconic League champions—and the power that will tear them apart."
Alongside their other secretive and not-so-secretive announcements during this week's 10th anniversary livestream, Riot has announced Project F.
Riot has announced they're developing a team-management game that'll finally let you form your own esports team.
While Riot’s 10th Anniversary livestream didn’t give away much information about the long-rumored League of Legends fighting game, they did confirm that “Project L” is still on the way.
League of Legends is finally leaving the world of PC exclusivity behind, with Riot announcing a new Wild Rift version of the game will come to mobile and console players.
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