Blizzard Entertainment reportedly promised players that it will strictly monitor "Overwatch" for any signs of cheating.
by Michael Augustin
“Overwatch” fans took notice of D.Va Assocition who sported the Overwatch titular hero’s logo during the International Women’s March in South Korea last January 21.
by Danny Smith
South Korea has dismissed the request of Google to apply local mapping data, one of its major services, citing security of the nation as the reason.
by Susmita Pathak Mishra
Samsung Enters The Emerging Automotive Tech Industry With An $8 Billion Contract With U.S. Tech Firm
Samsung acquires a U.S. based automotive infotainment company to enter a new emerging market in the automotive industry.
by Ceage Sotto
The Asian leg tour of the British boyband Coldplay is set to happen April next year
by Mariella Bana
Niantic continues to enjoy its rebound following a decline in active players for “Pokemon Go” with word that the hit augmented reality game has now been deployed in more regions. Eleven countries were added to append the list of augmented reality gamers though it still excludes three big ones.
by Snooky Grawls
'Overwatch' Release Date, News & Update: Brawls Limits To Be Lifted In Fall? South Korea First Region To Launch Regular Regional League On Sept. 30
“Overwatch” brawls have reportedly been too restricted that its game developer has thought of tweaking it up a bit. The new brawls are set to arrive before it snows in the US. Also, an “Overwatch” tournament will take place beginning Oct. 7 with a 28-team league called The Overwatch APEX.
by Mary P. Jones
Will "Overwatch" be able to hold the top spot as the most played first-person shooter game in South Korea?
by Bernie Yanson
Samsung Gear 360 Camera Selling Starts Today: What To Expect On Its Virtual Reality Features, Price and Availability
The Samsung 360 camera is capable of creating virtual reality content. It will be first launched in Singapore and South Korea.
by Roleen Delos Reyes