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World of Warcraft maker to end anonymous forum logins

BBC News writes: "A row has erupted after Blizzard - the publishers of the popular online game World of Warcraft - announced that users on its site forums would have to post under their real names. The firm say the move is to put an end to heated online arguments and topics started purely to cause trouble.

But users reacted angrily, citing concerns about safety and privacy. Blizzard said they would start implementing the changes over the next few months."

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Microsoft's Gaming Shake-up: 1900 Job Cuts, Senior Execs Exit Xbox and Blizzard

Microsoft is laying off more employees, a new round after they cut thousands last year. It seems like many big tech companies are doing the same.

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techacrobat.com
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Blizzard Entertainment is Heating Up with Girls Who Code and Overwatch Summer Games

Blizzard Entertainment is keeping things busy with the Overwatch Summer Games and Girls Who Code. CGM sat down with Senior Software Engineer on Overwatch, Julie Anne Brame, to learn more about the program.

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cgmagonline.com
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Twitch signs a deal with Blizzard to stream e-sports tournaments

Twitch now has two-year third-party streaming rights for some of the biggest Blizzard e-sport tournaments.

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techhgeeks.com
sonicwrecks2446d ago

Really good move by Twitch. The YouTube Gaming battle continues.