Tech conferences, movies, music fests, political rallies and sports events have all been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Companies including EA and Activision Blizzard have reportedly shown interest in purchasing the division.
The classic skateboarding video game is coming back to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC this September.
Drop in and survive the 150-player battle royale match.
And it's playable right now -- but only in Malaysia.
With new consoles, cloud gaming and VR just over the horizon, video games may have a greater impact on the environment than ever before.
Call of Duty fans can purchase the remastered version starting Tuesday, first on the PS4.
Game sales are spiking. Online gaming is too.
People are turning to the hit video game and streaming service as an escape amid the pandemic.
If there's one franchise that can do it, it's Call of Duty.
The new mode apparently makes some interesting changes to the battle royale formula.
A Diablo anime is coming to Netflix, according to a LinkedIn post.