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Cloud Gaming Pioneer Sevan Kessissian Joins DMarket
Former G-cluster board member to bring DMarket monetization technology to game developers and publishers SANTA MONICA, December 5, 2018 – DMarket, an in-game items monetization technology and platform, is excited to announce the appointment of Sevan Kessissian as its Vice President of Business Development.
New Dota 2 Patch - 7.20
On the night of November 19th, Valve released a new Dota 2 patch - 7.20. Many players around the world have been waiting for this for a long time. Developers from Valve changed the map, items, heroes’ abilities, and In-game mechanics.
New CS:GO stickers – Skill Groups Capsule
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive got an update on November 14, 2018. Some slight adjustments happened in the gameplay and the Sub-Zero map. Still, the most interesting feature here is New Skill Groups Stickers Capsule. It gives players and collectors additional possibilities in creating great combinations of CS:GO skins and stickers.
Esports Awards 2018. Who’s the Best in the Industry?
Esports have evolved from a passion for a limited group of people to a cultural phenomenon of our civilization. Like the Oscars in the cinema world and Game Awards in gaming, there are special Esports Awards – to honor the brightest personalities, best games, organizations, and events in the Esports industry.
Xsolla and DMarket partner to transform in-game Commerce
New Venture to be Demoed at G-STAR 2018 Benefits Developers, Content Creators, and Gamers OCTOBER 30, 2018 - LOS ANGELES - Video game developers, content creators, and gamers can now earn more by doing what they love. Today, Xsolla, the one-stop-shop for developers to launch, monetize, and scale games globally, and DMarket, an in-game items monetization technology and service, announced a strategic partnership committed to revolutionizing secure in-game commerce.
CS:GO Update - Halloween is Coming
Dark forces have come to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. On October 24, Valve released a Halloween CS:GO Update. It brings a temporarily changed start screen and some adjustments to the game itself. The previous update adds new maps and economic changes.
Famous YouTubers Will Fight It Out in a New Mobile Game
SANTA MONICA, California, October 16, 2018 – DMarket, an in-game items monetization technology and service, has announced its support for the upcoming release of a collectible card mobile game called DHeroes. Сards in the game represent top video game bloggers from all over the world, such as popular Dota 2 observer Dota Watafak, famous sport simulators fan QJB, and other YouTube stars with millions of subscribers.
New Maps and Economy Changes: CS:GO Update
Gamers have got fresh excitement in the legendary game Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The latest update might influence your playing habits and economic strategies. This is the first such big CS:GO update after adding a new weapon – MP5-SD. In a smaller recent update, Valve changed the appearance of counter terrorists, turning them into FBI agents on Nuke, Office, and Agency.
Project xCloud – Play Xbox Games on a Phone
Microsoft has announced a new service, named Project xCloud. It will allow games from the huge Xbox One library to be played on smartphones and tablets. The developers claim Project xCloud as a revolutionary step in the industry – it puts players at the center of their gaming universe.
DMarket Opens London Office
SANTA MONICA, October 9, 2018 – DMarket, in-game items monetization technology and service, is excited to announce the opening of company’s office in London, United Kingdom. This new base will help the innovative gaming company to strengthen its presence in Europe and to accelerate the growth of the global trading ecosystem for monetizing in-game content.
Project Stream: New Google Service for Gamers
On October 1, Google announced the official test launch of its brand new game streaming service, Project Stream. This new revolutionary streaming technology from Google should not be confused with commonplace streaming solutions like, say, Twitch. Unlike streaming their own live video game footage, gamers from now on can leverage the processing capacity of Google’s firepower to play the most graphically demanding titles via Chrome browser on a desktop or laptop.