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PdH is born, Let's talk about Hardware

The idea has been teasing us for some time, we did a little experiment with the video of the Gaming PC with 500 €, but now we have decided to move on to the next step: we announce then ...

Published a teaser trailer for Borderlands

Gearbox publishes. less than 24 hours from their live streaming to be held at PAX East, an interesting teaser trailer regarding Borderlands. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkHNbsQMxPI The title, Mask of Mayhem, reveals nothing about the nature of the final product, so ...

Epic Games stops Fortnite ads on YouTube for video exploit ...

Epic Games stopped Fortnite advertisements on YouTube after a report emerged indicating that advertisements from various companies were also playing within videos used by ...

Nintendo updates the monetization guidelines

Nintendo, through its official website, has published a series of new guidelines regarding content sharing. These guidelines should make the life of YouTuber and other creators of ... easier.

The YouTube app available on Nintendo Switch

A few days ago on the official Nintendo website, in the recommended software, the YouTube app appeared, although this had never been announced for Nintendo Switch. There was even a release date, November 8, and so ...

Youtube coming for Nintendo Switch?

Among the few criticisms that can be made to Nintendo Switch at the moment one is that of having a total lack of applications dedicated to streaming or social media. Apparently this shortage will begin ...
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Fortnite exceeds Minecraft on YouTube, record views

Fortnite continues to march from finish line to finish line: a week ago it surpassed the rival battle royale Playerunknown's Battlegrounds in terms of earnings and viewers on Twitch. The month of February however ...
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Logan Paul can say goodbye to monetization on YouTube

Logan Paul is one of the most famous YouTubers in the world, today more than ever, probably not for the reasons he wanted to. After the scandal in which the boy filmed the body of ...

The Twitch guidelines change

Following the events that led to the suspension of an Overwatch League player, Twitch decided to take his guidelines to safeguard his image and allow users ...

Facebook ready to challenge Twitch and Youtube

Streaming fans (both as an active and passive part) may have already learned that Facebook has decided to challenge the most famous broadcasters in the gaming world, namely Twitch and Youtube Gaming. Facebook, which ...
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Nintendo (maybe) will be more open to YouTube content

Nintendo and YouTube haven't gotten along very well over the years; The Japanese company has in fact often put a spoke in the wheel to youtubers who used its games for dedicated gameplay and live. Yes...

We Video (game) employees, TV and some statistics

At one time it was said that we had a dependence on the obsessive video, that is, we were able to spend hours and hours in front of the television without getting away (and you want to put on Holly's afternoons ...
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Game of Thrones: fanmade trailer of the 1 ^ Season recreated on Skyrim

As we usually do, this time too we want to promote the work of a passionate gamer of both Skyrim and the famous TV series Game of Thrones. Fanmade is a precious part for ...

If youtubers were no longer gamers, would it be indie games?

It is now known that YouTube will soon overtake television in terms of content and views, so much so that some sports federations prefer to stream events on the Google home platform rather ...

Returnal, the 2.0 update introduces save games and photo mode

Returnal, an exclusive title for PlayStation 5 developed by Housemarque, was a title well received by both the public and critics, but obviously not ...

A Quiet Place, video game coming in 2022

Have you ever seen A Quiet Place? They are two films, and they are not bad at all, and soon they will expand thanks to a video game currently ...

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