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Nintendo squeezes past PlayStation for top gaming ad spend on TV
GUEST: PlayStation’s reign on the TV ad spending charts has come to an end. After seven months with Sony on top, Nintendo has muscled in, just beating out the PlayStation brand in terms of advertising
GamesBeat Decides at E3 2018 Day 2: Sony, Ubisoft, and more
We’re back, and we’re live from Los Angeles. It’s another day of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, and we are covering what happened at the Sony, Ubisoft, and Square Enix media briefings. We’re also
Candy crushes: King dethrones PlayStation at top of most-seen TV game ads chart
GUEST: After months of PlayStation leading the chart, King is now in first place. GamesBeat has partnered with iSpot.tv, the real-time TV ad measurement company with attention and conversion analytics
Facebook launches Oculus TV so you can watch shows in VR (updated)
Facebook is launching Oculus TV as a new way for you to watch TV shows and movies in virtual reality on the Oculus Go VR headset. I tried it out briefly. It feels like sitting in front of a 180-inch
GamesBeat Decides 86: Hammond is very good
On this week’s GamesBeat Decides podcast, hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti talk about Summer Games Done Quick, Mario Tennis Aces online, and more. We also had some news with Microsoft’s Xbox
Trion Worlds launches Defiance 2050 reboot without SyFy TV show
Trion Worlds has launched Defiance 2050, a reimagined third-person shooter in a massively multiplayer online sci-fi world. The game is a reboot of Defiance, one of the most ambitious online games ever
Nickelodeon’s Screens Up blends live TV with AR
Nickelodeon’s latest AR project has you using your phone in conjunction with its live broadcasting. Revealed this week, the new Screens Up app is a new initiative from the company that will encourage
GamesBeat Decides 91: Luigi’s bloated corpse
We’ve only had 5 days between recordings of the GamesBeat Decides podcast, so we weren’t expecting to have a lot to talk about on this week’s episode. That was our first mistake. The GamesBeat Decides
How to watch Samsung Galaxy Unpacked livestream
Today’s the day Samsung will roll out its latest devices at Galaxy Unpacked, a summer event in New York City. Based on pre-event leaks, we’re expecting to see a few big announcements: the Galaxy Note9
FoxNext knocks off Nintendo as the leader of gaming industry’s most-seen TV ads
GUEST: The leapfrog game of “who’s in first” continues, with FoxNext Games taking the crown ahead of last time’s winner Nintendo, which only held the lead for one period. The 20th Century Fox-owned
Gaming influencer report: Family Gaming Team outdoes Ninja in July
Influencer marketing has expanded in recent years, and gaming-specific influencers are no exception. With hundreds of thousands of dollars in potential monthly income at stake, it’s become big
Streamer DrDisRespect claims someone shot at his house during a broadcast
During a livestream today, popular Twitch broadcaster DrDisRespect abruptly ended his session after breaking character to tell viewers that someone had shot at his house and broke an upstairs window.
GamesBeat Decides 96: Tom Nook flips the Switch
It’s a Friday show this week for the GamesBeat Decides podcast, and that means hosts Jeffrey Grubb and Mike Minotti are in a saucy mood. On this episode, the GamesBeat Decides crew talks about Call of
Base10 Partners launches $137 million early-stage AI startup fund
Base10 Partners today announced the launch of a $137 million fund to invest in early-stage startups that will use AI to change industries by empowering workers instead of automating them out of jobs.
GamesBeat Decides 97: Ugly, but in a good way
It’s time to podcast, y’all. The GamesBeat Decides crew is back for another week of news and games. On this episode, we have only the latest in entertainment. That includes … Super Mario Bros. 3 and
Two months running, PlayStation dominates first place in gaming industry’s most-seen TV ads ranking
In the last 30 days, Sony-owned PlayStation edged its lead with a third of all industry TV ad impressions, with Nintendo in second.
Facebook’s Watch passes 400 million monthly active users
Facebook launched Watch, its YouTube and Netflix competitor, globally this summer, but has reportedly struggled to attract younger audiences.
Apple TV debuts Zero Sign-On support for Charter, without Spectrum app
A long-awaited feature that simplifies Apple TV authentication of cable channels has arrived for its first provider, but with a caveat.
PlayStation leads game industry TV ad impressions three months in a row
Sony's PlayStation took first place for the most-seen gaming industry commercials, its third time in a row. Nintendo got 21.4 percent of TV ad impressions.
Can anyone beat PlayStation’s TV ad impressions?
PlayStation is at the top of the most-seen gaming industry ad ranking for the fourth month in a row, and Nintendo drops out of top 5.