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Last week’s headlines: Epic Games declared war, Bluff Plus, Voodoo offers $100k

by Sercan Tahtalı
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As every week, important things happened in the mobile game world last week. We have compiled them for you.

Epic Games goes to war with Apple and Google

Fortnite

Epic Games sued Apple and Google.

The world-famous game Fortnite of the American game and software company Epic Games has been removed from the App Store and Play Store. The company sued Apple and Google.

The reason why both platforms made such a decision is shown as Epic Games brought its own payment system to Fornite.

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Voodoo offers $100k and publishing contract

Voodoo

Voodoo offers $100k and publishing contract!

Voodoo has announced the latest series of their iOS prototype competition, which welcomes
developers to submit their best ‘Runner’ games to secure $100k and publishing contract.

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Chinese players will start using their real names

Gaming China

Players in China will use their real names when playing online games after September.

Players in China will use their real names when playing online games after September.

According to the news of the tribune, the Chinese government will be launching a real-name verification system for games nationwide. The reason for this decision is to prevent players from spending too much time on online games. It is known that the Chinese government already has general regulations on games. Despite all these regulations, the game world continues to generate considerable revenues in China.

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Zynga released the new card game Bluff Plus

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Bluff Plus has already received full points from many players.

Zynga released its new card game called Bluff Plus for both iOS and Android under the name Zynga Turkey. The game has already received full points from many players.

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49% of mobile players choose a new game by genre

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49% of mobile gamers prioritize genre when choosing new games.

Facebook collaborated with GameRefinery to research mobile game genres.

According to research, 49% of mobile gamers prioritize genre when choosing a new game. So if a player who likes the puzzle genre wants to play a new game, they turn to the puzzle genre again. This becomes a significant indicator of how vital genre fans have in the gaming industry.

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