CHALLENGE MASTER TRAINERS IN POKÉMON: LET’S GO, PIKACHU! AND POKÉMON: LET’S GO, EEVEE!

CHALLENGE MASTER TRAINERS IN POKÉMON: LET’S GO, PIKACHU! AND POKÉMON: LET’S GO, EEVEE!

The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo announced today that fans can challenge “Master Trainers” in the highly anticipatedPokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! video games for Nintendo Switch. In Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee!, the fun doesn’t end after the player becomes the Pokémon League Champion. After becoming Champion, the player will encounter Master […]

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Combat Arms: Reloaded officially announced about their game testing and Steam page launching for upcoming CAR’s Steam release on 31st of October 2018. CAR’s test server is now online. Players can sign up in VALOFE website to login on the test client. Test client is shared in Combat Arms: Reloaded official websites announce. The test runs until 15 October at 5:00 UTC / 7:00 CEST / 13:00 GMT +8 / 22:00 PDT (October 14, 2018). Combat Arms: Reloaded already proceeded 2 times of FGT (Focus Group Testing) and this time is 3rd time. Not like user’s lower expectations, the developer steadily adjusted each FGT’s feedbacks. In FGT (Focus Group Testing), you can play the ‘Pure Combat Mode’. This mode is for “Free-to-play”, players can play Pure Combat Mode with 200+ free weapons. From 12 of October, players from SEA, Asia can also play Combat Arms: Reloaded. VALOFE will open SEA Regions so that they will going to have a smooth playtime and low ping. As Combat Arms Reloaded will be released to the steam, VALOFE are now coming back soon to a competitive scene on ESL with an estimated prize pool of 20,000 USD Commence your Pure Combat and experience over 600 variety of weapons. Enter a heart-pounding combat environment where every bullet matter. So make it count. It’s kill or be killed, so stay focused to experience the thrill of the win!

New challenge of Combat Arms: Reloaded, FGT starts in 10/12

Combat Arms: Reloaded officially announced about their game testing and Steam page launching for upcoming CAR’s Steam release on 31st of October 2018. CAR’s test server is now online. Players can sign up in VALOFE website to login on the test client. Test client is shared in Combat Arms: Reloaded official websites announce. The test runs […]

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WWE 2K19 Million Dollar Challenge WWE® 2K19 the newest addition to the flagship WWE video game franchise, is now available worldwide

WWE 2K19 Million Dollar Challenge* Beginning This Tuesday, October 9

WWE 2K19 Million Dollar Challenge WWE® 2K19 the newest addition to the flagship WWE video game franchise, is now available worldwide to Early Access customers for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X and Windows PC. Delivering a unique mix of authenticity, storytelling and fun, WWE 2K19 showcases a massive roster of […]

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PUBG MOBILE ‘STAR CHALLENGE’ CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

PUBG MOBILE ‘STAR CHALLENGE’ CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

PUBG MOBILE STAR CHALLENGE’ a global tournament hosted by Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation (PUBG Corp.) for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile (PUBG MOBILE). Squads from across Europe, Asia, North America, South America, Japan/Korea and China will battle it out for a share of the hefty $600,000 prize pool. And the finals will happen in Dubai in the end […]

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The Alto Cryptogame Challenge held its closing ceremony at PGConnects in Helsinki where Alto’s Chairman and Co-Founder, Gabby Dizon, announced the champion of this one-of-a-kind competition. It was a rollercoaster of a ride, and we couldn’t be happier with the results. Five teams from Nigeria, Germany, Japan, India, and the Netherlands went into the final round at the beginning of August with five compelling concepts - ready to create strong, innovative demos and show the blockchain gaming world what they could do. Alto is extremely proud of what all these teams have accomplished, and we know we’ll be seeing more of them in the future. But there could only be one winner, and it had to be the team that best met the judges’ highly-competitive standards. The demos were judged based on five criteria: fun and feel, use of cryptoitems, production quality, novelty, and business feasibility. The games should be stimulating and satisfying to play, and make the user want to keep playing. They should make meaningful use of original cryptoitems, and seamlessly supplement them with ACC Edition Challenge Loot. Gameplay should flow smoothly while assets, interface design, and performance should demonstrate high-quality production. They should stand out from other cryptogames either through a new concept or the blending of old ideas in novel, interesting ways. Finally, the developing teams should have a credible market plan with a reasonable chance of success. The judges had their work cut out for them, and that is why we assembled a panel of notable experts in the gaming world to take on this task. Judging the demos were Pocket Gamer Co-Founder, Jon Jordan; Flowplay CEO, Derrick Morton; Crypto Bit Games CEO and Co-Founder, Rudy Koch; Lockwood Publishing CCO, Oliver Kern; Altitude Games Creative Director, Luna Javier; and Alto.io’s very own CTO, Paul Gadi. Their combined expertise and insight gave us the winners of the very first Alto Cryptogame Challenge. Runner-up: BrainFunc (BioHackers) Lead developer and designer Tejas Nikumbh was the mastermind behind BrainFunc, an ambitious e-learning game that revolves around the brain’s anatomy. Its ingenious concept and commitment to accuracy makes it a praiseworthy game. As runners-up, BioHackers walked away with a cash and Alto Coin prize worth $10,000. Second Place: Treasure Dungeon (Kiokumushi) Treasure Dungeon impressed the judges with its deceptively simple dungeon crawler concept and addictively fun gameplay. The team behind it, Kiokumushi, is also working on a second blockchain-based game, Memory Insects. So the $20,000 in cash and Alto Coin they earned as second-place winners will definitely come in handy. First Place: Crown of Carnage (Codeglue) Crown of Carnage came to life as an idea during a pitching session. Though Codeglue had extensive developing experience through titles like Terraria and Rocket Riot, they were new to the blockchain gaming world. But they came through, producing a visually enticing and well-balanced game demo that successfully swayed the judges in their direction. Crown of Carnage is a team-based collectible card action game that incorporates blockchain technology through spell cards and character customization items. Codeglue, with Co-Founder Peter De Jong at the helm, are the grand prize winners and will bring home $40,000 worth of cash and Alto Coin, plus an additional $30,000 in marketing support. Alto will also create a bespoke storefront for Crown of Carnage to hold an Initial Item Offering. Other Finalists Beating 25 other teams and pitches to be able to make it to the final phase was no easy feat, and all five finalists should be commended for their hard work. Loot Hunt’s unique fusion of augmented reality, card trading, and coop boss battles showed the judges something they’d never seen before. We’re sure we’ll be seeing more from Frank Duffner and his team, Digital Token Alliance, in the future. Last but not least, Ugarsoft gave us CryptoBarons, a multiplayer strategy and RPG built for the blockchain. Their integration of cryptoitems into a genre that has flourished in traditional gaming proved the team’s tremendous potential.

It’s a Wrap! The Alto Cryptogame Challenge Crowns a Winner

The Alto Cryptogame Challenge held its closing ceremony at PGConnects in Helsinki  where Alto’s Chairman and Co-Founder, Gabby Dizon, announced the champion of this one-of-a-kind competition. It was a rollercoaster of a ride, and we couldn’t be happier with the results. Five teams from Nigeria, Germany, Japan, India, and the Netherlands went into the final round at the beginning […]

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The Alto Cryptogame Challenge Crowns a Winner

The Alto Cryptogame Challenge Crowns a Winner

The Alto Cryptogame Challenge held its closing ceremony at PGConnects in Helsinkiwhere Alto’s Chairman and Co-Founder, Gabby Dizon, announced the champion of this one-of-a-kind competition. It was a rollercoaster of a ride, and we couldn’t be happier with the results. Five teams from Nigeria, Germany, Japan, India, and the Netherlands went into the final round at the beginning […]

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Canadian rhythmic gymnasts competed at the FIG World Challenge Cup in Minsk, Belarus

Rhythmic Gymnasts Compete at Minsk World Challenge Cup

Gymnastics Canada – MINSK, BLR (August 19, 2018) – Canadian rhythmic gymnasts competed at the FIG World Challenge Cup in Minsk, Belarus this weekend in both the individual and group competition. 2018 Canadian champion, Sophie Crane of Toronto, ON led the Canadian contingent, finishing 38thoverall in the individual competition with a score of 55.150. Crane’s […]

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Vertical Strike Endless Challenge is out now on the Nintendo Switch!

Gaming at a glance: Vertical Strike Endless Challenge is out now on the Nintendo Switch!

Gaming at a glance: Vertical Strike Endless Challenge is out now on the Nintendo Switch!   Gaming at a glance: Vertical Strike Endless Challenge A flight-based activity diversion intended to be anything but difficult to get and appreciate immediately, and playable over short time allotments. Exploit the heap weapon mixes available to you and accomplish […]

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WorldGaming Announces Rocket League Canadian Challenge

WorldGaming Announces Rocket League Canadian Challenge

WorldGaming Announces Rocket League Canadian Challenge Players to Compete for Over $20,000 in Cash and Prizes Pizza Pops and Driving Force Sign on as Tournament Sponsors   Toronto, ON | May 15, 2018 – Rocket League Canadian Challenge Today WorldGaming Network announced the start of a new, first-of-its-kind competitive video gaming tournament for Rocket League, the sports-action hit […]

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DRONE DELIVERY! Skylanders Imaginators Speed Drawing Challenge Part 5: SKY DAD VS. LOU

DRONE DELIVERY! Skylanders Imaginators Speed Drawing Challenge Part 5: SKY DAD VS. LOU Fandom Fare  –  TheSkylanderBoy AndGirl Sky Dad & Lou Studdert from Activision, the publishing company behind Skylanders Imaginators are battling it out in a drawing speed challenge. Thumbs up for Duct Tape! WHO WON? (CAST YOUR VOTE IN THE COMMENTS) Round 1: […]

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