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Bidstack News  |  September 8, 2020
The Bidstack Bulletin: 8th September 2020

Each week the Bidstack team curate the most interesting stories from the world of gaming, advertising and esports to help you keep ahead of the pack when it comes to in-game advertising.

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Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit is a Switch racer that uses RC cars

Nintendo has teamed up with New York based studio Velan Studios to bring the next Mario Kart racing game-Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit. Players will use their Switch to drive remote cars on a virtual map that will appear on their Switch screen, giving gamers the augmented reality experience of the beloved franchise.

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The ‘Avengers’ game is unexpectedly, unequivocally good so far

Reviews of the latest Crystal Dynamic’s Marvel Avengers game are in and game critics are loving the title! Read what Forbes’ Paul Tassi has to say about the game so far here.

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Rocket League drops PS Plus and Switch Online services for online play

Following Psyonix’s July announcement of transitioning Rocket League to a free-to-play title, the studio has also confirmed that subscription services to Playstation Plus and Nintendo Switch Online will no longer be required for online play.

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Ad fraud platform Pubguard appoints Andy Curran and Alan Ngai as its new CEO and COO

Andy Curran and Alan Ngai have been appointed as the new CEO and COO of Pubguard, the malvertising ad platform. Founder and former CEO of Pubguard, Justin Wenzcka, will step into an advisory role.

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Dirt 5 delayed until November to launch around next-gen consoles

Codemasters have announced that the release of their upcoming title, DiRT 5 will be released on 6th November. The delay of the release will allow the publishers to accommodate all of the console platforms the game will be available on.

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PS5 release may be staggered globally and start with North America

Sony might be staggering the release for their next generation console, PS5. With rumours saying that the PS5 will be released in North America first before other regions.

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In the Press  |  September 25, 2020
The Gaming Economy: Bidstack Partners with Nautilus Mobile
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