The popular online gaming platform Steam is dropping its bitcoin payments option more than a year after it first began accepting the cryptocurrency.
The Isle of Man has approved a gaming license for an ethereum-based lottery from a company called Quanta.
Australia-based gaming company iCandy Interactive has been forced to alter plans to launch a token for a new gaming marketplace.
Decentraland, a virtual reality underpinned by a blockchain, is moving ahead with the launch of a new testnet.
Kids will have a chance to learn about bitcoin and even take their in-game currency to the real world, thanks to games from Minecraft server PlayMC.
Bitcoin tipping service ChangeTip has integrated with video streaming platform Twitch.tv.