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A $33 million esports tournament is now underway, and the prize pool could keep growing. Here's everything you need to know about 'The International'

Inside Microsoft's ambitious plan to build the future of Xbox, from a Netflix-style gaming service with blockbuster games to brand-new consoles

The creator of ‘Fortnite’ is trying to shake up the PC gaming industry — here’s why a lot of folks are furious about it

The latest game from one of the most respected developers in the business is showing early signs of being a flop

The CEO behind 'Fortnite' is now worth over $7 billion

The 6 biggest things to expect from video games in 2019: New PlayStation and Xbox consoles, the first core 'Pokémon' game for Nintendo Switch, and much more

The company behind 'Fortnite' is taking on Apple, Google, and Steam with its latest move: a digital storefront for games

Everything you need to know about the mysterious history of 'Half-Life 3': The game that never was

The world's biggest chat platform for gaming is taking aim at Steam, the world's biggest gaming storefront

The new and improved Steam Chat is here to take on Discord — here's how the two apps compare

Steam, the world's largest gaming service, went down for hours after starting its biggest sale of the summer

The Steam summer sale is live — here are the best deals we've seen so far

The world's largest gaming service, Steam, is giving up on regulation and turning over 200 million users into guinea pigs

In the wake of controversy over a school shooting game, Steam, the world's largest gaming service, will now allow any game unless it's 'illegal, or straight up trolling'

A 'school shooter' video game has been removed from the biggest PC gaming platform, along with the person who made it

Apple and Valve, which run two of the world's biggest stores for buying video games, are feuding with each other -- and iPhone users could end up losing out

Valve, one of the world's biggest video games companies, just lost a major legal fight in Australia over a $3 million fine

Xbox is in trouble -- and Microsoft is considering a major acquisition to fix it

One of the world's biggest video-game services, Steam, has stopped accepting bitcoin because it's so volatile

Gabe Newell's advice in 2013 still rings true: 'Nobody is smarter than the internet'