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Nintendo’s Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem mobile games to be shut down in Belgium due to loot box law

Sony demos PlayStation 5 fast load times, hints at cloud gaming future

Faze Clan and Tfue’s legal dispute could reshape e-sports and YouTube contracts forever

Xbox chief Phil Spencer outlines plans for fighting toxicity in gaming

Microsoft and Sony are teaming up for the future of gaming

It’s all about Xbox and PlayStation dominating in the cloud

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Valve is making Dota 2 players pay to avoid toxic gamers

GameStop is discounting games, consoles, accessories, and more today


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Microsoft and Sony form cloud gaming and AI partnership

Xbox One’s latest update now shows if friends are playing on PC or console

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