Controversy? What controversy? As Activision Blizzard reported its fiscal Q3 earnings Thursday afternoon, there was no mention at all of a recent backlash over the company’s controversial suspension of one of its players. Instead, executives celebrated better-than-expected results, and promised to more aggressively embrace mobile gaming.
Day: November 7, 2019
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Two former employees of Twitter have been charged with spying on thousands of Twitter user accounts on behalf of the Saudi Arabian government, likely with the purpose of unmasking the identity of dissidents.
Netflix is a massive company that’s been around for years now. It’s one of the reasons we’ve seen the death of video rental locations like Blockbuster. With access to countless movies, TV series and of course their original content, just by going through an application, it’s seemingly not slowing down with its services anytime soon. However, it has left some speculating that perhaps we would see Netflix enter the video game streaming service as well.
While the show may not be adapting the video games per se but rather the source novel material, a lot of hype has been building around The Witcher series. Most may know the franchise simply due to CD Projekt Red’s trilogy that launched over the past few years. Now that the studio has moved on to a new IP, another medium is looking to pick up the franchise for another adaptation. You’re likely already aware that The Witcher has been turned into a Netflix original series which is set to air in December of this year. However, it seems that the production team has a ton of content already planned out.