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The history of gaming: New infographic charts the game industry’s evolution into a billion-dollar business. In a nod to nostalgia, as 80’s classic The Commodore 64 is set to be re-released on March 29, game bundle company Fanatical have created an infographic that charts the history of gaming in celebration of all things retro.   Provided by Fanatical  

How does the poker economy work?

When you play a few hands with the boys over beers on a Saturday night, you may have entertained the thought that professional poker could be for you – especially when you feel that rush of a winning a streak! But while poker can take only minutes to learn, mastering the craft and learning how the economy of the game works can take a lifetime. If you dream of pulling up a chair in Vegas, or sponsoring players to enter...

UK’s best FIFA players Gorilla and Shellzz gear up for FUT Champions Cup

The FUT Champions Cup kicks off in Barcelona today and the tournament will see UNILAD FIFA players Spencer “Gorilla” Ealing and Shaun “Shellzz” Springette (Shellzz) in action for the first time this season. Together the pair are the UK’s best FIFA players - with a combined career earnings of $400,000 (roughly £280,000), an impressive accomplishment across the UK’s eSports industry. Hot off the heels of a successful 2017, Spencer, who is competing in the Xbox One division and Shaun, who is in...

The Amazing Transformation of Mobile Gaming

Mobile phones have come a long way since their inception, going from unwieldy, brick-like machines to essentially supercomputers in your pocket. They even have security advancements that are comparable to the latest laptop and PC models! With the increased power of mobiles, we’ve seen a rise in the number, and quality, of mobile games, with the platform being one of the most popular ways for casual gamers to get their fix. To help you get an idea of how far...

What are 1 billion people going to do with VR?

Facebook mogul Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that he wants "1 billion people to use VR", with Facebook's new Oculus Go headset poised to lead the charge of user-friendly, affordable virtual reality systems. But what will the consequences of Zuckerberg's promise be? Will 13% of the world's population really have a use for VR, and if so, what will that use be? Here are the largest potential markets for VR technology that could further its ascent into the mainstream.   Communication...

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