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CEO of NTN Buzztime Resigns

Carlsbad, Calif. - NTN Buzztime, a provider of interactive TV trivia games found in bars and restaurants, announced on Friday that CEO Terry Bateman has resigned for...

Report: U.S. Game Sales Up 4% in December, Down 8% for...

Port Washington, N.Y. - U.S. video game sales saw their biggest month ever in December 2009, reaching $5.53 billion, but the outstanding month was not enough...

Survey: 82% of Parents With Kid Gamers Aware of ESRB Ratings

Santa Monica, Calif. - A large majority (82%) of the parents of children who play video games, and 75% of children themselves, are familiar with the Entertainment...

Netflix to Stream Standard-Definition Video to Nintendo Wii

Los Gatos, Calif. - Online DVD rental service Netflix (NASD: NFLX) announced on Wednesday that it has signed a deal with Nintendo that will bring the company's instant...

Warner Bros. Game Studio to Develop Sesame Street Titles

Burbank, Calif. - Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, a unit of Time Warner (NYSE: TWX), announced on Wednesday that it has signed a multi-year exclusive deal with Sesame Workshop,...

Game Developer iEntertainment Acquires Thriller New Media

Cary, N.C. - iEntertainment Network, a developer of military combat simulation games, said on Wednesday that it has acquired Austin-based Thriller New Media, a developer of...

China's Linktone Buys Control of Mobile Games Firm Letang

Beijing - Linktone (NASD: LTON), a provider of mobile entertainment services in China, announced on Wednesday that it will acquire controlling interest in mobile and online game...

Shanda Games to Acquire Mochi Media for $80 Million

San Francisco - Shanda Games, the Chinese online games publisher, announced on Tuesday that it will acquire Mochi Media, an ad network for online games, for...

Netflix Likely to Offer Streaming Video on Nintendo Wii

Las Vegas - Netflix (NASD:  NFLX) is likely to make its streaming video service available on the Nintendo Wii console, adding to the feature already popular...

Judge: Chicago Transit Authority Can't Ban M-rated Game Ads

Chicago - A federal judge has ruled that the Chicago Transit Authority may not ban advertisements for M-rated video games, saying the ads "promote expression that...