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Indie Game Incubator Execution Labs Shifts & Re-Opens With "Lab Partners" Program

By Dave Forde / March 19, 2013

It has slowed down a bit in the last few months, but Montreal, Canada is still a major home to the Canadian gaming industry. Indie game incubator, Execution Labs who we mentioned before just shared that they have launched a new program that aims to help matchmaking between indie developers all over the world find others developers and cross-promote their games.


Amaya Gaming Renews Exclusive Partnership with Warner Brothers

By Dave Forde / February 11, 2013

Amaya Gaming Group has extended its agreement with Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP), on behalf of DC Entertainment, to be the exclusive provider of DC Comics comic book-inspired pay-to-play online casino games, including legendary Super Heroes Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, and The Flash.


TransGaming Secures SwiftShader Software Patent

By Dave Forde / February 7, 2013

Multiplatform game developer TransGaming has secured a milestone patent for key proprietary technology that forms the core of TransGaming’s SwiftShader product, a pure-software 3D graphics renderer. SwiftShader has been licensed by industry-leading technology providers such as Adobe, Citrix, and Google, and is an essential


No Whammies, Big Money As Betable Partners With Toronto's Frima's Studio Social Gambling Division

By Dave Forde / February 5, 2013

While the online gaming world still tries to figure a revenue model that will sustain itself, many companies are betting on online gaming such as UK-based Betable. Today they have announced a new partnership with Frima Studio, who is based in Toronto, Canada. Betable will power games developed by Frima’s newly launched real-money gaming division 3OAK, which in addition to producing conventional free-to-play social casino games, will develop


Amaya Acquires Game Developer Cadillac Jack For US$167 Million

By Dave Forde / September 25, 2012

Montreal-based Amaya Gaming Group is on the grow again, this time announcing they have entered into an “arm’s length definitive agreement” to acquire Cadillac Jack, a supplier of products and technologies for the global gaming market with gaming machine placements in more than 200 venues in the United States and Mexico.