Videogames

Level Up 2016: Dreaming big on mobiles
At Level Up 2016, DNA interviewed Ivan Low Jun Zhi, Lead Game Programmer at Kadokawa Gempak Starz. The company is focussed on mobile game publishing.
Level Up KL 2016: Quality education fundamental to nurturing videogame talent
Hasnul Hadi, ‎Director of Creative Content & Technologies Division at ‎MDEC feels that there is now increased awareness about videogames among investors and educational institutions.
Asus ROG Masters results announced
With a prize pool of US$200,000, ROG Masters is Asia’s largest eSports tournament. Team Secret and The MongolZ triumphed in Dota 2 and CS:GO.
Level Up KL 2016: Betting big on arcade games for VR
At Level Up 2016, DNA caught up with Mohd Hezri Amir Bin Abdul Latiff, MD, Hezmedia Interactive. His company is heavily involved in developing VR applications and arcade VR games.
Can the Switch save Nintendo?
With its hybrid design and focus on core gamers, the Switch could signal the end of Nintendo's handheld business, writes Ajith Ram. 
Logitech has big plans for eSports and gaming
Logitech is one of the world's largest PC peripheral manufacturers. DNA recently interviewed Max Pan, Senior Category Manager for Gaming at Logitech.  
Malaysia entering major league of eSports
FOR a long time, eSports was dominated in Asia by South Korea. It is now becoming a global phenomenon and Malaysia is also entering the big league.  
AGES 2016 - where is the missing money?
AGES 2016 eSport event promised a total RM1 million to the winners - but they have yet to be paid. The organisers, Platinum Eden have not responded to DNA queries and their phone is now disconnected.  
Can corruption in videogames be curbed?
The seedy world of videogame gambling was recently thrust into the spotlight after the revelation that two highly successful YouTubers were promoting a gambling site that they also happened to own. Videogames and eSports, despite being worth over US $100 billion every year, have no unified international agencies with powers to investigate and ban bad actors - like NBA, ICC or FIFA.
UK-based Codemasters has aggressive plans for its Malaysia studio
Codemasters, one of the oldest videogames developers in the UK, is embarking on an aggressive expansion plan this year, aiming double the size of its team in Kuala Lumpur over the next few months.
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