Survey Proves 84% of Young Women in the UK are Gamers

Survey Proves 84% of Young Women in the UK are Gamers

A recent survey from The Insights People about the behavioral habits of teenagers in the UK found a new phenomenon. The survey shows that teenagers in the UK are very interested in video games. Even 84% of young women in the UK can be said to be gamers.

Of course this greatly outperforms the number of young men who like video games. Not only that the realm of esport in Britain is now also starting to be dominated by womenfolk. From the survey there are also statistics that 15% of these teenage girls watch and are interested in the world of esport. They not only play games in their spare time but also see the development of their country’s esport.

Of course this has denied the stereotypes that women used to hold that they were just hobbies for shopping. But now their hobbies have shifted towards video games. The survey increased by 10% from the previous year that only 75% of teenage girls in the UK liked video games.

But the genre of games that young women play is certainly different from men. While teenage boys prefer Fortnite and Call of Duty games, young women tend to play Nintendo games such as ARMS and Smash Bros, and other online games.

The survey was only conducted in the United Kingdom alone. Until now there has been no follow-up survey about the interest of young women throughout the world on video games. But from that all can be concluded that every year, girls who like video games are getting more and more.

PUBG Mobile Reach Highest Player, Same As Fortnite

PUBG Mobile Reach Highest Player, Same As Fortnite

Talking about the large number of players in a game is currently surpassed by Fortnite with more than 200 million players, but now followed by PUBG Mobile, which has skyrocketed the number of players. Based on reports from The Verge, both Fortnite and PUBG Mobile now have approximately 30 million active players per day.

PUBG Mobile’s achievement at this point is also inseparable from its previous achievements as “Best Game of the Year” on Google Play, which is then increasingly known by all Android users throughout the world. Maybe this is a blunder for Fortnite who does not distribute its Android version on the official market, they prefer exclusivity on certain phones that tend to have high specifications.

Maybe this is also inseparable from the popularity of PUBG Mobile in our country. Because of the popularity of PUBG Mobile, it even attracted attention in the scene, which at first probably had never glanced at the game industry and even esports, is now starting to jump into the industry that is now rising. Just call the JKT 48 star that made an esports team that some members focused on PUBG Mobile State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN) PT. Kereta Api Indonesia, meanwhile also enlivened by making the PUBG Mobile team as well.

The growth of the number of PUBG Mobile players is indeed fairly fast, last September there were 20 million active players per day. Only two months later there were 10 million active players per day.

Ubisoft employees reported being fired after threatening Pewdiepie via Twitter

Ubisoft employees reported being fired after threatening Pewdiepie via Twitter

Youtuber with the most subscriber from Sweden – Pewdiepie has made some controversy in recent years. The majority of this controversy comes from jokes that are seen by the media as offensive and racist and not infrequently because the media reports something from this man without the actual context, the latest controversy is one of them.

Last week, the man in the name of Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg asked fans to stop subscribing to his channel so he could release a video project he had prepared when the T-Series followed the number of subscribers he had. At the end of the video, he mentioned one by one the small channel which he felt was entitled to get more subcriber, one of which was the movie review / essay – E; R channel. Felix explained if he liked the channel because his review of the Netflix Death Note / essay was made, but because the channel had often used racist jokes in previous videos, outside media raised the issue.

Dianna Lora, producer of Massive Entertainment – the studio behind The Division 2, reads the news and feels annoyed to express her opinions and invites other developers to blacklist and “end” Pewdiepie.

After publishing the tweet, The Quartering Youtube channel spread this news to widespread and made Pewdiepie fans and gamers protest this to Ubisoft.

A few days after this news spread, The Quartering got a message from a source claiming to be Ubisoft employees if Dianna was fired right after her tweet was widespread. Although this cannot be ascertained to be true or not, but seeing from Diana’s Twitter profile that has removed his involvement with Ubisoft and has been made private, it seems that the news is true.

Ubisoft hasn’t released an official statement about this event, so what has been obtained by The Quartering for now is still unconfirmed. This news will be updated soon if there are new developments.

Story Behind Lindis And Omen In AOV

Story Behind Lindis And Omen In AOV

In games decorated with lore / stories about heroes and good game backgrounds is a reflection of how the game is said to be mature. Our Arena of Valor values ​​are included in one of the mature games because in addition to presenting gameplay, in giving their players a playing experience, Tencent is considered to have worked very well. Lore in the AOV game feels very alive and no less exciting to enjoy besides good Gameplay and Visualization which is realized through the released Skin.

If we discuss Lore AOV, there are those that we think are very exciting and quite surprising after the story, which is the story of Omen and Lindis, so we will give you the facts behind the Story of Omen and Lindis at the Arena of Valor brott!

 

IGG Officially Open Office In Indonesia

IGG Officially Open Office In Indonesia

One of the world class game publishers and developers present in Indonesia, I Got Games (IGG) officially opened its official office here. Like most other game publishers, IGG chose Jakarta as the chosen location.

IGG’s operations for Indonesian users have been started in stages since 2016. Meanwhile, the official office was opened from October 8, 2018 with an Indonesian procession, cut the cone, which was also attended by Commissioner of PT IGG Indonesia Digital, Richard Chua.

Besides that, the opening ceremony of the PT. IGG Indonesia Digital was also enlivened with a series of office tours, explanations about IGG, the crowd of cosplayers, and continued after-party.

The presence of offices in Indonesia is inseparable from IGG’s commitment to provide maximum service to game users from IGG, which is coupled with the presence of the live chat feature. The live chat feature can now be found in IGG’s best-selling game, Lords Mobile, with operational hours every day at 07.00 – 23:00 WIB.

IGG Indonesia Digital will later be filled by various office and business divisions such as Operations (including customer support, community services, localization, and QA), HR, and Business Development and Marketing. The presence of this office will certainly facilitate cooperation with prospective relations in Indonesia.

In welcoming guests and the media present, there is one unique thing. PT.IGG Indonesia Digital at the opening of the new office plays the latest theme song from Lords Mobile, Champions Overture. This song was made by composer Klaus Badelt (known through the film Pirates of the Caribbean) and the London Symphony Orchestra.

“This song gives an epic impression to the game and represents fighting spirit from the Lords Mobile game, so it really improves the quality of the game as a war-themed strategy game,” said IGG Indonesia Business Development Manager, Sherly Liu.