When Amazon launched early access for Luna, it left Android users out in the cold and made the cloud gaming service available on Fire TV, PC, Mac and iOS devices. Now, the e-commerce giant has edited Luna’s compatible devices and browsers list to rev…
Whether its sitting at a desk working or doing something more enjoyable like gaming, a chair that is comfortable to sit on for those extended sessions is an absolute must. This is where Anda Seat comes in with its Dark Knight Gaming Chair that boasts lumbar support and a racing style comes in to its […]
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Once feared to be heading for oblivion when faced with gaming consoles such as the Xbox and the PlayStation, PC gaming has stood the test of time and is more popular than ever. Those in the know will already be familiar with the Glorious brand of PC gaming accessories, but if you are only just […]
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We’ve seen how Google, Microsoft, and Nvidia have launched cloud gaming services in the past 18 months with the company from Redmond seemingly having the leg up on its rivals with the recent launch of its Xbox Cloud Gaming service, or xCloud as it was known during its beta program. Well, another tech giant is […]
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Microsoft’s Project xCloud is official with a rebranding to Xbox Cloud Gaming which sounds just a tad on the clunky side. That is not something that can be said for the product’s launch line-up of gaming titles nor the sheer value for money that the Xbox Cloud Gaming (xCloud) service offers in conjunction with the […]
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We recently reviewed the Red Magic 5G and now Nubia has gone and unleashed a refreshed version of the gaming smartphone called the Red Magic 5S. The 5S is more refined as opposed to a completely new handset, adding improved cooling technology into the mix. Updated August 26th: Global pre-orders for the Red Magic 5S […]
The Razer Kishi released a few months ago, offering a controller for your mobile phone that takes more than a little design inspiration from the Nintendo Switch. That’s not a bad thing, necessarily, since that form factor has turned out to be one of the best for portability without too many sacrifices. To take things […]
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Chromebooks aren’t known for being particularly gaming-friendly. They have access to the Google Play Store, which does open up quite a few games that you can play, but they’re usually either really not optimized for Chromebook hardware or clunky on that particular form factor. You can also almost completely forget about any true modern AAA […]
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We’ve been lucky to spend a few weeks with the rather ostentatious Red Magic 5G gaming phone and besides being rather bold and garish, and perhaps slightly underdone on the software side of things, it’s an incredible phone. The Red Magic 5G has flagship specs such as the Snapdragon 865 processor, 12GB of RAM, and […]
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There are a lot of options when it comes to picking a premium set of cans to listen to your favorite music on, but how about when you are busy blasting the baddies away on your PC or gaming console? Well, Audeze has thought of this scenario and has just announced its new Penrose Wireless […]
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We are currently putting the Red Magic 5G through its paces in preparation for its review and now Nubia has teamed up with Vodafone to debut the new Red Magic 5G lite with Spain the first recipient. Sporting the Snapdragon 765G processor, the Red Magic 5G Lite boasts a big 120Hz display, 5G connectivity, and […]
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OnePlus just recently updated their Game Space app to enhance the gaming experience on phones going all the way back to the OnePlus 6. It’s getting a little better with yet another update, too. OnePlus Game Space The Game Space app, currently available on the Play Store, will get two new features with its newest […]
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Ustwo Studios — a division of the creative company behind Monument Valley and Assemble with Care – has dropped a new title on Facebook Gaming: Go Go Bots. It’s a fast-paced, strategic climbing game set in a glitchy, cyberpunk future — choose from on…
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The iQOO 3 is the latest gaming smartphone slated for India, offering high-end hardware at a relatively affordable price. iQOO is a sub-brand of Vivo, who uses their subsidiary to dive into other markets without their primary Vivo branding. But what’s probably the most interesting part of this phone isn’t that Vivo makes it, but […]
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There are a ton of buzzwords around gaming peripherals these days. Mechanical switches, RGB backlighting, anti-ghosting, extra buttons, macro keys, and more can make figuring out what to buy pretty tricky. There’s also tons of brands dipping their toes into the market, including some companies that you don’t really think of as a “gaming” brand […]
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If you’ve had an item on your eBay (UK) watchlist that was a little too expensive to justify purchasing but that you really, really wanted, now is the time because the auction site has just kicked off its Black Friday deals (early, I know) by offering a 20% discount on items from its biggest sellers. […]
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Razer is expanding its Basilisk mouse family with a pair of models that aim to make low-latency wireless mice both more accessible and more powerful. The most interesting model may be the affordable option, the six-button Basilisk X HyperSpeed (abov…
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Can it run DOOM? If it’s an Android smartphone, yeah. It can run DOOM. This really isn’t anything new, since DOOM does quite literally run on almost anything with a processor and screen, but Bethesda has kicked off QuakeCon with an announcement that DOOM and DOOM II, the classic first-person shooters of the 90’s, are […]
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Now that most gaming laptops are thin, light and powerful, what can a company do to stand out from the crowd? HP has the answer with the Omen X 2S, which packs the "world's first dual-screen design," the company said. The primary 15-inch panel is a…
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With last year's ROG Strix II notebooks, ASUS finally gave us thin screen bezels. Now, they're taking style tips from BMW Designworks. The new Strix Scar III and Hero III are inspired by the "Face Off" concept, a joint project between ASUS and BM…
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The Area 51m is a unique beast. At first glance, it looks like what we used to expect from gaming laptops: It's an intimidating, hulking machine that doesn't belong in the modern age of slim notebooks. But what makes it special is under the hood….
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Facebook announced today that it is introducing a dedicated "Facebook Gaming" tab to help gamers find the content they're looking for on the platform. The tab will be available in the main navigation bar in Facebook's app. The feature is getting a sl…
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A new gaming platform called Meditations could be a great fit for people who love playing those random online games a few minutes a day to decompress. It promises to launch one new "tiny game" every day in 2019, each one accompanied by text to serve…
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Epic Games circumvented the Google Play Store with the launch of Fortnite by exclusively releasing the massively popular game through Samsung’s own store for Galaxy devices and Epic’s website for everyone else. This avoided Google’s 30% revenue cut and allowed Epic to release updates more directly to players, if you believe them. They’re taking that […]
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It’s that time of year again where the deals come thick and fast, and everyone gets a little crazy trying to find the most bargainous deals possible. Whether you are trying to save on Christmas presents or you’ve saved up to buy yourself something special, we’ve got some great deals for you after the break […]
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Razer is taking another stab at the gaming market with the aptly named Razer Phone 2, offering unparalleled performance, a high-refresh rate display, and a gamer-y aesthetic in a pretty slick package. This isn’t a major redesign from last year’s phone, but there are a few things worth mentioning. Gaming powerhouse The Razer Phone […]
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YouTube is where the world watches gaming. More than 200 million of you come to YouTube every single day to watch gaming videos and streams. That’s like the entire country of Brazil heading to YouTube daily. And that’s because of you, the community of gamers and creators who have turned YouTube into the gaming video platform it is today. From mobile gaming to strategy guides, Let’s Plays to Esports and charity live streams, you’ve created a place for everyone, from hard core to casual gamers.
We’re always working to make the gaming experience on YouTube better. Over the past few years we’ve focused on building tools and experiences that the gaming community has been asking for. That’s why in 2015, we launched YouTube Gaming, a standalone app for gamers where we tested new features like Game Pages for better discoverability, Super Chat and Channel Memberships to help fans show support for their favorite creators, Dark Theme and even a new live streaming platform based on the gaming community’s feedback. The response to these features has been so positive that we brought them over from the YouTube Gaming app to the main YouTube experience.
Today, we’re launching a new Gaming destination to give gamers a home on YouTube! You can find the new YouTube Gaming destination at youtube.com/gaming.
At the very top of the page you’ll see personalized gaming content based on what you like to watch. You’ll also see top live games and the latest gaming videos from your subscriptions, bringing the best of uploaded videos and live gaming to one destination. We’ve also built dedicated shelves for live streams and trending videos.
Everyone has a favorite game. You can now find gaming videos from all over YouTube, related to that specific game on new game pages. These include popular videos, live streams, and other games from the same publisher or developer. With tens of thousands of different game pages, you’ll be able to find content no matter how big or small the game is.
We want to do more to help our smaller creators grow on YouTube too, so we’ll be highlighting gaming creators who are “On The Rise” on the Gaming destination and in Trending. Each week we’ll showcase a new up and coming gaming creator to help more fans discover their content. This is launching in the U.S., and we’ll continue to roll this out to more countries in the future.
We have a strong and vibrant audience on the YouTube Gaming app, but the amount of gamers we are able to reach is far bigger on YouTube. After all, YouTube is where more than 200 million gamers come to engage with your favorite games and creators every day, watching over 50 billion hours of gaming content in the last 12 months alone. That’s why, in March 2019, we’ll retire the YouTube Gaming app and focus all of our gaming efforts on YouTube where we can reach our entire gaming community.
From creators like elrubiusOMG who has hit live gaming records, to Ninja, the fastest growing creator in YouTube’s history who helped usher in the era of Fortnite, or itsFunneh who became one of our biggest gaming creators by making us all laugh with Minecraft and Roblox videos, we thank you for building a strong gaming community on YouTube. We’re committed to helping gaming creators succeed and look forward to seeing how you all continue to shape the future of gaming.
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While the big phone manufacturers focus on improvements in areas like cameras, screen real estate or how thin and light they can make a smartphone, an interesting niche market is popping up. Despite their small size, some consumers are very interested in using their smartphone primarily for gaming. This is driving the development of devices […]
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While many consumers in the smartphone market are looking at new devices running Android Oreo or hoping their existing devices get an update to the latest version of the Android operating system, there is a group that is looking for Android Nougat support. Those users are those who want to run an Android compatible gaming […]
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Buying a laptop has traditionally meant juggling price, graphics performance, weight and battery life. You want a powerful gaming laptop with good battery life? Sorry about that six-pound weight, bro. Looking for a lightweight, inexpensive laptop to…
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If Logitech's no-lag wireless gaming keyboard converted you into a fan of no-wires gaming, you'll love Corsair's new offerings. The peripheral-maker has launched a handful of devices at CES 2018, including a wireless gaming keyboard of its own, as we…
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With an over-the-top gaming desktop, you expect certain things: lots of overclocking potential, expansion, a mechanical keyboard… and, of course, windows and RGB lighting to show it off. Some laptops already include a few of those features, but al…
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The ASUS ROG Zephyrus is an entirely new breed of gaming notebook. It packs in the most powerful laptop graphics hardware on the market, NVIDIA's GTX 1080, in a frame that's almost half the size of similar machines. Mostly, that's due to being one of…
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Facebook is determined to become a destination for gaming videos, and that includes when you're lounging on the couch. It's adding a dedicated gaming tab to its TV app that will highlight videos from the games, developers, eSports teams and personali…
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EVGA released a second version of its SC17 1070 laptop for PC gamers that sports Nvidia’s G-Sync technology for an additional cost. However, outside the addition of G-Sync, both laptops consist of the same hardware components.
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Sound the horns! The King has declared a tournament to host the most skilled Clash Royale players in the land. Who among you can beat his champions and take the King’s Cup?
We are proud to present the King’s Cup Live on YouTube Gaming, a first-of-its-kind major tournament event featuring the second largest mobile title on YouTube this year, Clash Royale. The tournament will take place on Sunday, November 6, live in Los Angeles with a prize pool of $ 100,000.
Competitors from all over the world will attend this open event to qualify to play against eight of the top Clash Royale creators from YouTube. Come sharpen your swords and ride your hogs and take down our legendary Clash Royale creators:
Can’t battle? No worries! Watch the tournament live exclusively on YouTube Gaming and YouTube. There’ll be awesome gameplay, fun interviews, and even opportunities to win prizes. Running alongside the tournament will be a limited time, in-game “King’s Cup Special Event Challenge” where players can join for free and play with cards they haven’t yet unlocked! This special event will be available on iOS and Android between Friday, November 4, and Sunday, November 6.
Lester Chen, Head of eSports Content & Partnerships, recently watched the “2016 League of Legends World Championships.”
Acer is rumored to introduce a smartwatch in the near future, and to make it standout, it’ll be one made for gamers. Exactly what that means isn’t known, but here’s what we think we know about the watch so far.
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You don’t have to have a desktop machine in order to emulate your favorite games of yesteryear. These 20 emulators are available for Android devices, and allow you to replay your favorite Atari-era titles on the go.
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Acer has injected a projector into its Predator product line, the Z850. It’s capable of up to a 1,920 x 1,200 resolution at 120 inches from as little as 18.5 inches away. This projector is easy to carry and setup, but costs $ 5,000.
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Even owners of a PlayStation 4 and Xbox One enjoy playing a retro game every once in a while, and here’s how to fashion one out of a Raspberry Pi 2, a MicroSD card, and an HDMI-compatible television.
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Asus is known for PCs and gaming, but the company has a lot of different things in the hopper. Chairman Jonney Shih reveals that Google Nexus and virtual reality devices could be launching soon, as well as a robot that won’t be your equal.
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Acer kindly gave us a brief glimpse of its new Predator 6 gaming smartphone, which isn’t ready for sale yet, but does have a final design. It’s a deca-core device with 4GB of RAM, and will mimic a controller’s haptic feedback system.
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