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Star Trek: Fleet Command mobile game maker Scopely raises $200 million

Star Trek: Fleet Command mobile game maker Scopely raises $200 million

Scopely, the maker of the popular mobile game Star Trek: Fleet Command and the acquirer of FoxNext Games, has raised $200 million in additional funding.

Gaming company Scopely adds $200 million more to its M&A stockpile

Scopely, the mobile gaming publisher behind titles including Marvel Strike Force, Scrabble Go, Yahtzee with Buddies and Star Trek Fleet Command, has added another $200 million to its hoard of cash for
Mobile-Games Company Scopely Raises $200 Million From Chernin Group, Advance

Mobile-Games Company Scopely Raises $200 Million From Chernin Group, Advance

Scopely, a mobile-games developer, announced an additional $200 million as part of its Series D funding round from Advance, whose holdings include Condé Nast, and Peter Chernin’s The Chernin Group

(Re)Perfecting Perfection: A Crashed NSX Reborn

But this story doesn’t continue with five years’ worth of driving enjoyment to bring us up to the current day, because in 2016 the unthinkable happened – Jun crashed his NSX at Tsukuba Circuit. My
The anti-Trump Trump official who wrote that anonymous NYT op-ed last year is now writing an entire anti-Trump book

The anti-Trump Trump official who wrote that anonymous NYT op-ed last year is now writing an entire anti-Trump book

Re$i$tance. The post The anti-Trump Trump official who wrote that anonymous NYT op-ed last year is now writing an entire anti-Trump book appeared first on Hot Air.
Barr: We gave Mueller’s office a chance to review my summary of the report in advance — but they declined

Barr: We gave Mueller’s office a chance to review my summary of the report in advance — but they declined

Why? The post Barr: We gave Mueller’s office a chance to review my summary of the report in advance — but they declined appeared first on Hot Air.
Are You a Team Player?

Are You a Team Player?

This post Are You a Team Player? appeared first on Daily Reckoning. The second part of a special issue, find out what it means to be a team player. And why “team” is the one thing you need to be a
Advance Publications acquires stake in esports and games analytics firm Newzoo

Advance Publications acquires stake in esports and games analytics firm Newzoo

Esports and games have become a big business, tracked well by analytics firm Newzoo. So it’s only fitting that Newzoo has drawn its own investment interest. The Amsterdam company is announcing today

The next generation of wireless networking will be called WiFi 6

Not all WiFi is created equal, and determining which generation of WiFi technology your devices use can be pretty complicated. Did you know that 802.11n predates 802.11ac, for example? For those that

If it Ain’t Broke, Make It Better

Since deciding to entrust Masa and Yagi with most of the big jobs on Project NSX, I’ve been spending more and more time at Advance. There’s rarely a dull moment either; even with a full workshop,
Firefox experiment suggests articles based on your web history

Firefox experiment suggests articles based on your web history

You can already save articles for later viewing in Firefox thanks to Pocket integration. That's not going to help you find articles, however, and it's all too tempting to stick to the same old sites

Project NSX Gets Track-Ready With KW

As all Speedhunters can attest, time always seems to get away in between these project update posts. I’ve been thoroughly enjoying the car since the NSX-R transmission was swapped in, racking up

This Advance Fairlady Hits The Z-Spot

I’ve spent quite a bit of time in the Yokohama workshop of Advance recently as they worked on converting Project NSX from automatic to manual. Masa and Yagi have one of the most appealing lineups of

Project NSX Shifts Up A Gear

The day I drove away in my NSX for the first time was a pretty surreal experience. Owning a classic ‘supercar’ had always been a dream, and here I was with the keys to one of Japan’s best. It’s cool

Batman Called, He Wants His NSX Back

Who doesn’t love the first generation Honda NSX? If you don’t love it, I have to say you’re just wrong. It’s the ’90s sports car that can and does do everything. There are plenty of full-on show

24 Hours In Tokyo

I waited my whole adult life for my first trip to Japan. Ever since watching grainy 240p equivalent videos of a man called Taniguchi drifting a red Silvia for a Yokohama promotional video, which had

Tokyo Living With Project NSX

I always try to avoid clichés when I write, but wow, time really does fly when you’re having fun. It’s been three months since the last Project NSX update. As I’m typing this, the car sits in a cold,