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Epic alleges Google paid $360 million to stop Activision from launching its own app store

Epic alleges Google paid $360 million to stop Activision from launching its own app store

Activision Blizzard and Riot Games at one point told Google they might launch their own mobile app stores, according to new documents filed in Epic’s antitrust lawsuit against the search giant. The details have come to light amid allegations of major deals signed with the two companies. Google reportedly agreed to pay Activision about $360 …

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Doom Eternal Composer alleges unpaid wages and abuse in lengthy response to soundtrack controversy

Doom Eternal Composer alleges unpaid wages and abuse in lengthy response to soundtrack controversy

Two years after a controversy over the Doom Eternal soundtrack mixing brought to light a behind-the-scenes dispute between the game’s developers and composer Mick Gordon, Gordon is finally speaking out. In a lengthy Medium post, Gordon offered his side of the Doom Eternal dispute with an account that includes allegations that id Software failed to …

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