WHERE TO WATCH
Razer's Latest Play: An Online Game Store
April 5, 2018
Updated 9mo ago
The gaming hardware company has launched an online platform where users can purchase PC games. "It's about expanding our ecosystem," says Kevin Allen, Senior PR Manager at Razer.
Ugly Side of Glam: How Child Labor Is Used to Get the Shimmering Look
May 7, 2019
Riot Games Employees Walk Out in Protest of Company's Forced Arbitration Policy
About 150 employees walked out of the company's Los Angeles office to protest the League of Legends publisher's policy on forced arbitration in cases of sexual harassment and gender discrimination. Jessica Rovello, co-founder and CEO of female-led gaming company Arkadium, joins Cheddar to discuss the ongoing gender issues facing the gaming industry.
Jul 20, 2018
Fortnite May Be Free, But Fans Are Still Spending $1 Billion in the Game
Market research firm SuperData estimates the uber-popular game has brought in $1 billion in revenue from in-app purchases, with gamers buying add-ons purely for cosmetics. "It does not make you have a better gun, it does not give you any advantage in terms of where you land on the map, it doesn't give you any special powers," says Eli Blumenthal, digital editor at USA Today.
Mar 20, 2018
Mobcrush Allows Gamers to Earn Money Streaming Gameplay
Gamers can earn $15 to $2,500 an hour for live streaming their gameplay with Mobcrush's new "Go Live, Get Paid" platform. Mobcrush CEO Mike Wann sits down with Alyssa Julya Smith to discuss the new technology and how its disrupting the industry.