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  1. video games

    Do video games, mental illness drive US massacres?

  2. The government has officially said curbs on the gaming industry are to improve optical health among

    Commentary: Worried your child might be addicted to video games? What the warning signs are

    Researcher at Western Sydney University, Joanne Orlando, discusses the challenges of dealing with a gaming disorder.
  3. People watch the Intel Extreme Masters 2018 World Championships esports match of StarCraft II in Ka

    Commentary: An AI taught itself to play a video game – and it's beating human players

    Players controlled by an AI have defeated professional players in games of DOTA 2 and StarCraft II, Maude Lavanchy and Amit Joshi at IMD Business ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: Ubisoft offers Notre-Dame-themed Assassin's Creed game for free

    Assassin’s Creed maker Ubisoft brings start-up programme to Singapore for first time

    The Ubisoft Entrepreneurs Lab is being organised thanks to a partnership with the Info-communications Media Development Authority.
  5. Gaming esports Thailand

    End game: The rise of esport empires in Thailand and their armies of addicts

    The competitive aspect of video gaming, known as esports, has surged in popularity. While it offers lucrative opportunities for some, there is a ...
  6. Vivendi

    Vivendi sells its remaining shares in video games group Ubisoft

  7. faker gamer

    From high school drop-out to Korean gaming superstar

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    Commentary: Are video games all that bad for kids?

    Video games can be fun and challenging, and may even improve a child's math and science scores, according to research.
  9. Assassin's Creed exhibition (Battle)

    Exhibition reveals Singapore’s hand in bringing Assassin’s Creed to life

    Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed video game franchise is one of the biggest in the world – and its Singapore team had a big role to play in one of its ...