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Why Would a Grown Man Play With Toy Soldiers?

By Karl Taro Greenfeld

Returning to a childhood pastime let me escape the horrors of real life. Even better, it took me back in time.

Pakistani Cricket Board Chief Faces Criticism for Being a British β€œImport”

By Tariq Panja

“I don’t think anything prepared me for the hostility I was going to face,” the British-born Wasim Khan says of overseeing a beloved sport in a country where many see him only as a foreigner.

Pakistani Cricket Board Chief Faces Criticism for Being a British β€œImport”

By Tariq Panja

“I don’t think anything prepared me for the hostility I was going to face,” the British-born Wasim Khan says of overseeing a beloved sport in a country where many see him only as a foreigner.

Joe Biden Campaign Offers Animal Crossing Yard Signs

By Derrick Bryson Taylor and Aimee Ortiz

Past candidates have tried to capitalize on popular video games, with mixed results. Will it be different this time, in the island paradises of the Nintendo Switch?

To Play Poker in a Pandemic, Americans Flee the U.S.

By Kashmir Hill

Unlike other sporting events canceled by the coronavirus, the World of Series of Poker, and its millions in prizes, went online. But borders are tricky when it comes to internet gambling.

To Play Poker in a Pandemic, Americans Flee the U.S.

By Kashmir Hill

Unlike other sporting events canceled by the coronavirus, the World of Series of Poker, and its millions in prizes, went online. But borders are tricky when it comes to internet gambling.

To Play Poker in a Pandemic, Americans Flee the U.S.

By Kashmir Hill

Unlike other sporting events canceled by the coronavirus, the World of Series of Poker, and its millions in prizes, went online. But borders are tricky when it comes to internet gambling.

N.B.A. Brings Flash to E-Sports, but Can It Hold On to Its Viewers?

By Seth Berkman

Despite challenges, the N.B.A. continues to build its e-sports program, saying it generates sponsorship revenue and provides valuable data on viewing habits of cord-cutters.

Where Has Your Tween Been During the Pandemic? On This Gaming Site

By Kellen Browning

Millions of children have flocked to the online gaming site Roblox since March. That’s helping game developers, some as young as 16, make a lot of money.

Fortnite Creator Sues Apple and Google After Ban From App Stores

By Jack Nicas, Kellen Browning and Erin Griffith

Epic Games, the maker of the popular game, provoked the tech giants by violating their policies, then released a social media campaign and lawsuits to confront them.

After a Flop, Amazon Makes Another Foray Into Video Games

By Kellen Browning

Amazon said it was rebranding Twitch Prime, in another attempt to crack the video game market after a big-budget game effort failed.

Ninja Played Fortnite on YouTube, and the Gaming World Lost Its Mind

By Kellen Browning

The buzz that Tyler Blevins, also known as Ninja, generated by streaming on a new platform showed the power famous content creators have in the video game industry.

Two Gamers Played β€˜The Last of Us Part II.’ They Were Blown Away.

By Mike Isaac and Conor Dougherty

When the original video game was transcendental, can a sequel top it? Two Times reporters debate the answer.

β€˜The Last of Us Part II’ Is a Dark Game for a Dark Time

By Conor Dougherty

Set in a violent, tribal, pandemic-ravaged world, the long-awaited Naughty Dog epic will leave you damaged — and awed.

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