Chris Bewick, Testronic’s Operations Director, added: “We’re delighted to be launching the Testronic 50% Initiative. One of the biggest challenges in the industry is the lack of female role models; we’re proud at Testronic that many of our management team are women, and look forward to helping nurture a new generation of female leaders.” … [Read more...] about Testronic Launches New Initiative To Encourage More Women Into The Games Industry
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The StreamCraft team is showcasing a number of enticing ways to get started earning a paycheck. Those who adopt the program early and help it to grow have the most chance to take home serious cash. Whether it’s through Props (our own virtual currency that converts to cash) or subscriber revenue, there are tons of ways for everyone to make streaming lucrative for themselves. The one we’re highlighting today is the Invitation Program, which rewards any streamer who refers their friends to sign up for StreamCraft. … [Read more...] about Is StreamCraft Going To Beat Twitch As The New Darling Of Game Streaming Platforms?
#2: Bullet Force Bullet Force multiplayer is an FPS, which opens a whole new world for the browser games niche. So, if you like MilSim games and enjoy participating in various missions where your primary goal is to eradicate the enemy team before they get to you, Bullet force is quite a nice choice. … [Read more...] about [Guest] Best Multiplayer Browser Games
In other news, it looks like Epic Games may have sued another minor. Last year we talked about the lawsuit against 14 year old Caleb Rogers, whose case has not seen any progression since we last discussed it. Epic’s lawsuit in North Carolina court mirrors that of its lawsuit against Rogers, noting that the minor was posting videos on Youtube showing how to cheat and where to get said cheats, with the lawsuit essentially following up on a DMCA takedown notice that Epic had filed. The defendant, M.F., filed a counter-notice under the penalty of perjury that his videos were fair use. In cases where counter-claims are issued, the only option going forward for a copyright holder is to file a lawsuit. … [Read more...] about Another Epic Games Lawsuit Settled With Permanent Injunction
This rolls into one of Crytek’s other claims, that the existence of Squadron 42 is a breach of the agreement because while it began as a mode for Star Citizen, it had since branched out into a separate purchase and, according to the license agreement, Cloud Imperium only has the rights to develop one game. Any time you see the word “Game” with the capital G, it is referring to “the game Star Citizen” and “the game Squadron 42,” combined together. Another section of the agreement goes further and states that the agreement does not include any game not accessed through the Star Citizen game client, or sold for a separate fee. … [Read more...] about In Plain English: Crytek V Cloud Imperium Games (and RSI)