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  • Blizzard President Denies NFT Speculation After Survey Mentioned Them

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    Blizzard President Denies NFT Speculation After Survey Mentioned Them

    NFTs are currently not on the menu.

    On Friday, April 15, an email was sent out to a (seemingly) random assortment of users, players, and owners of Activision Blizzard products. In the email was a request to fill out a survey for Blizzard that would help them "understand our players better." It would also help them "improve (their) products and services."

    I actually received the survey request on Friday and went through the whole process of filling it...
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  • Former Faze Member Threatens Lawsuit Against YouTubers that Exposed His Cryptocurrency Scheme

    If ever there was a prime example of the Streisand effect, this is it.

    Just a couple of weeks ago, former Faze member Frazier "Kay" Khattri was removed from the gaming clan after it was discovered that he and three others were pushing a crypto "pump and dump" cryptocurrency scheme. The scheme was uncovered by various YouTubers that broke the story. Those YouTubers are now getting hit by a cease and desist order to try and stop the news from spreading.
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  • PSA: Razer Sponsorship Scam

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    PSA: Razer Sponsorship Scam

    If you received an email from Razer recently that talks about a new sponsorship opportunity, you may want to check out the URL before you go clicking. Razer informs us that a number of spam messages have been sent out in their name that promises free sponsorship. In reality, the emails contain links to malware.
    WHAT: Razer's global brand and gamers' love of esports is being targeted by scammers. A fake email offering a free streamer sponsorship from Razer hit the Internet last week. This
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    PSA: Razer Sponsorship Scam

    If you received an email from Razer recently that talks about a new sponsorship opportunity, you may want to check out the URL before you go clicking....
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  • Scam Alert: Do NOT Buy Darkest Dungeon from the Windows Store

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    Scam Alert: Do NOT Buy Darkest Dungeon from the Windows Store

    If you want to buy Darkest Dungeon, there are many places to do that including Steam and the Humble store, but through the Windows Store is NOT one of them. According to the developer of the game, someone has put a listing for the game up on the Windows Store and it is a very obvious scam.
    The scammer, Balaji Chowdary, even uploaded an image from the game using a non-activated copy of Windows (see top image)!...
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  • Scam Alert: Do NOT Buy Darkest Dungeon from the Windows Store

    If you want to buy Darkest Dungeon, there are many places to do that including Steam and the Humble store, but through the Windows Store is NO...
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  • Editorial: West Games Takes to Direct Funding for Areal as More Evidence of Prior Scams are Uncovered

    After having their Kickstarter suspended for suspicious activity, West Games has taken their funding campaign for Areal into their own hands.

    They are blaming everyone from other game developers, to journalists, to even Russia itself as to why their Kickstarter was suspended. They put up an amusing explanation on their Facebook page detailing their thoughts on the Kickstarter suspension.
    Official Statement: Our Kickstarter was suspended without any warning. As per Kick
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  • Yogscast Allegedly Scamming Yogventure Kickstarter Backers

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    Yogscast Allegedly Scamming Yogventure Kickstarter Backers

    Despite the success of the Kickstarter campaign in May 2012 for Yogventures, the Yogscast has revealed that the project is dead. In addition, Lewis Brindley (Xephos) remarks that the company is under "no obligation to do anything" despite receiving over twice their donation goal for the doomed game. Winterkewl Games was the studio that was working on the game. Of the nearly $570,000 raised on Kickstarter, Winterkewl was allotted $415,000 to use on development. $300,000 of that amo...
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  • Yogscast Allegedly Scamming Yogventure Kickstarter Backers

    Despite the success of the Kickstarter campaign in May 2012 for Yogventures, the Yogscast has revealed that the project is dead. In addition,...
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  • Valve Offering Refunds on Earth: Year 2066

    Valve Offering Refunds on Earth: Year 2066

    Earth: Year 2066 was not a good game. Sure, it was still an Early Access release but it was disturbingly bad even for that stage of release. It didn't help that the developer constantly deleted threads and posts from the Steam Community section for the game.

    Chris, an employee at Valve, stepped in today to announce that they are issuing refunds to those who purchased the game and have pulled the game from Early Access.
    On Steam, developers make their own decisions about promotion,
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  • Valve Offering Refunds on Earth: Year 2066

    Earth: Year 2066 was not a good game. Sure, it was still an Early Access release but it was disturbingly bad even for that stage of release. It didn't...
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