PUBG gets banned in yet another South Asian country

Sajeel Syed • April 12, 2019

Vivo partners with PUBG to become title sponsor of world’s foremost mobile gaming tournament

Press Release • March 25, 2019

Here’s everything you need to know about Google’s new gaming service, ‘Stadia’

Abdul Wahab • March 21, 2019

Google unveils its innovative game streaming service, Stadia along with a controller

Sajeel Syed • March 20, 2019

Mountain Dew Gamers Arena gets its first Counter-Strike Winner from Lahore

Press Release • October 22, 2018

San Francisco based game studio launches Pakistan studio with USD 6.5 million investment

Asra Rizwan • August 1, 2018

Huawei is launching a gaming phone this year; Foldable phone coming next year

Shehryar Ahmed • June 29, 2018

Gaming Disorder recognized as a proper disease by the World Health Organization

Shehryar Ahmed • June 19, 2018

Fortnite World Cup 2019 has $100 million prize money and is ‘open to all’

Talha Saqib • June 13, 2018
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Xbox One rumored to come with support for third-party digital assistants

Shehryar Ahmed • June 4, 2018

Microsoft unveils its innovative Xbox controller for gamers with disabilities

Sajeel Syed • May 17, 2018

First look at powerful gaming smartphone of Xiaomi’s Blackshark

Sajeel Syed • April 9, 2018

Google now lets you play Android games before downloading them

Sajeel Syed • March 20, 2018

Games maker Atari announces its own cryptocurrency

Sajeel Syed • February 17, 2018
An anti-Pakistan game developed around 1971 incident is getting viral in Bangladesh. The application, supported by the government of Bangladesh, is surprisingly very popular among the millennials and has raked over 4 million downloads.

Anti-Pakistan game popular among millenials in Bangladesh

Muneeb Ahmad • February 10, 2018