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Pokémon Go’s Community Day will happen July 8, and trainers are already gearing up in preparation for the augmented reality game where they battle and catch creatures from Nintendo's famous video game franchise....

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Overwatch players duked it out against each other in an intense six versus six elimination gaming tournament at Eaton Centre’s Microsoft Store on June 23....

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What started out as a conversation between GameX 2.0 organizer Robin Dhanju and his girlfriend at a cafe, ended up as a new gaming convention and show....

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Suburban Steam, Toronto’s annual steampunk festival at the Zion Schoolhouse, showcased the creativity of the science fiction-inspired community on June 16....

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As E3 2018 is happening and people are preparing for VRTO 2018, professors, researchers and industry workers are already pushing the boundaries of virtual reality in health care, film and video games. ...

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With Anime North beginning this Friday, the cosplay community is teaming up to fight against sexual harassment....

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Crowds of comic and gaming fans flooded the Toronto Reference Library recently to meet their favourite independent artists and play newly created games. Some children stared wide-eyed as they saw themselves represented for the first...

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Amy Chen Electric blue strobe lights hit the stage of video game players when they faced off against each other, each hoping to be crowned the EGLX Hearthstone champion. Onlookers held their collective breath in...

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Amy Chen North American team GGEA Orange shocked the gaming world with its incredible victory at the live national Call of Duty: WWII finals in Toronto. The top eight teams in North America battled for...

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Amy Chen Toronto celebrated its 184th anniversary with an explosion of artwork at Nathan Phillips Square this week. The event was hosted by Celebrate Toronto, which worked together with talented artists including Shannon Blair and...

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