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Mike Morhaime is now free to talk about his time at Blizzard.
Valve officially enters the Auto Chess race.
Riot Games has allegedly refused to cooperate with the state over an investigation into gender discrimination.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Sony is convinced on-demand gaming is imminent in part because roughly 5% of PS4 owners used Remote Play at least once in the past year.
The bill defines microtransactions and loot boxes, but questions remain.
The next step in a long line of mod succession is a big one.
But it's not likely you'll be destroying Nexuses on the go this year.
Valve and Drodo couldn't work together on an Auto Chess game, so Valve is making its own.
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | For an industry that swears it doesn't have a problem with exploitative monetization, gaming sure talks a lot about exploitative monetization
Without a solution on forced arbitration, Rioters are going to keep resisting the company.
In spite of employee discontent, Riot won't change its current employees' contracts.
Something new is probably coming at this year's International.
Employees are protesting a controversial clause in their employment contracts, among other things.
More news of Riot's treatment towards employees are pushing some to protest.
Thomas Cheung was one of 21 people arrested as part of an undercover sting.
Battlerite Royale is tweaking the familiar battle royale genre's formula.
Blizzard's MOBA is trying something new.
The Last Horadrim joins Blizzard's Heroes of the Storm.
Dota Plus offers some new tools, but they're hardly kingmakers.
Dota 2 is ditching its Battle Pass for something more ongoing.
"We have failed you... and we're sorry."
Overwatch's Hanzo and World of Warcraft's Alexstrasza, joins the Nexus.
NCSoft's dungeon crawler and MOBA is launching today.
We talk to Heroes of the Storm's lead designer about the challenges faced to this point, and why it deserves to be appreciated in its own right.
The guy on the cover of Diablo 3's expansion will now cover your team in Blizzard's MOBA.
NCSoft's newest is a little MOBA and a little Diablo, but somehow it still works.
As part of the Heroes relaunch, a familiar face is now available.
Heroes of the Storm adds Genji to the cast and gives Zarya a Genji makeover.
The latest master joins the roster and he has a heroic past.
Blizzard's MOBA-like heads in a new direction as Dustin Browder leaves the project.
The fallen king takes his place in the Nexus, bringing a new mechanic with him.
Riot Games' flagship title is still doing big business for the company.
Motiga's Gigantic gets a new lease of life with a new publishing partner.
NCSoft enters the MOBA arena with its unique combo of MOBA and dungeon crawler.
The Tigers were the Mighty Ducks to SK Telecom's Hawks, but there was no happy ending for the underdogs of the 2015 World Championship.
Kat picks up Gearbox's new shooter, which is trying its best to be all things to all people.
Kat will be playing some Heroes of the Storm at 3pm PT/6pm ET. Come see it in action, or team up with Kat on Battle.net.
After years of denial, Heroes of the Storm has proven to be the icebreaker.
Eurogamer's Oli Welsh examines how Blizzard intends to tackle this problem.
....but maybe the MOBA we can understand.