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This week’s highs and lows in PC gaming

THE HIGHS Wes Fenlon: Fortnite’s huge, but what about Fortnite?  My favorite stories at PCG are almost always about communities who stick with games long after the spotlight has left them. This week we ran a story like that, but it’s a bit different: it’s about Fortnite, the biggest game …

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How Blockchain Technology is Changing the Gaming Industry

Blockchain Technology and Online Gaming: An Emerging Goldmine The world is unraveling new use cases for blockchain technology each day. Although most people think of Bitcoin and finance when they hear the word ‘blockchain’, the technology extends its reach far beyond those two things. You may already know that agriculture …

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AOC Agon AG271QG Gaming Monitor Review

Share. Low cost, high performance. By Matt Clark Be sure to visit IGN Tech for all the latest comprehensive hands-on reviews and best-of roundups. Note that if you click on one of these links to buy the product, IGN may get a share of the sale. For more, read our Terms of Use.  The …

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New gaming tournament and conference coming to Cincinnati in 2019

The Best 32-inch Gaming Monitors of 2018(Photo: Reviewed.com) A new gaming conference could make waves in Greater Cincinnati in spring of next year.  PiviP is billed as a gaming conference and tournament featuring esports, a trade show and cosplay.  The details are pretty sparse but the group is announcing the conference …

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Sands makes case to renew its gaming license

The Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem, which is under agreement to be sold, made its case Thursday to the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to renew its license for another five years. At a public hearing in Bethlehem’s Town Hall, President and CEO Brian Carr said the 150,700-foot casino will have 3,053 …

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