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Jens Junge is director of the Institute of Ludology in Berlin. The professor of play tells us what the game is all about.
Video game companies, including Activision Blizzard, have long tolerated a misogynistic, "frat boy" macho culture. The tide seems to be turning.
For a long time, the country played second fiddle to continental giants Nigeria. Now South African women's football is reaping the rewards of its Vision 2022 strategy to grow the women's game.
Former test cricket captain Tim Paine will be taking a break from the game. Paine stepped down as captain after a probe into sexually explicit text messages.
More than just pastimes, games have long played a role in shaping the world. Today, "gamification" is more prominent than ever, as creative people develop games to help heal the sick, prevent industrial accidents.
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