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CONQuest 2023 features Pokimane, Joey Bizinger as Guests

AcadArena, the organizers of the esports and pop-culture event CONQuest, has announced on Saturday the Final Wave of its Guests for 2023.

Disney+ to simulcast “Synduality: Noir” anime in July

The producers of the Synduality mixed-media franchise has revealed more details about their upcoming anime series during their stage event at AnimeJapan 2023 on Sunday.

CONQuest 2023 announces Second Wave of Special Guests

AcadArena, the organizers of the esports and pop-culture event CONQuest, has announced on Monday the Second Wave of its Special Guests.

CONQuest Festival reveals Event Dates for Next Year

After many months of wait, the official social media accounts of CONQuest Festival has finally revealed the event dates for next year.

AcadArena’s Ariane Lim: CONQuest 2023 in “planning” stage

The popular esports and pop-culture event CONQuest will be making its return for next year, revealed in an interview on Saturday.

ODEX warns Philippines, other SE Asia countries over Piracy Concerns

Southeast Asian anime distributor ODEX has posted a warning in its Facebook pages on Tuesday to moviegoers across Southeast Asia against uploading pictures and clips taken inside cinemas during the screenings of their movies.

Japanese pop culture scene Celebrates April Fool’s Day 2019!

The Japanese have some of the best imports, including the anime and the pop-culture scene, but when the clock strikes midnight on the 1st of April, all hell will surely break loose!

AsiaPOP Comicon Manila 2017 to host Macross creator Shoji Kawamori

AsiaPOP Comicon Manila has announced on Thursday that Shoji Kawamori, the renowned creator of the Macross anime franchise, will be one of the event's special guest for this year.

Pokémon Go adds new gym system, raid battles on ‘biggest update’

Game developer Niantic Labs announced last week that Pokémon GO gyms have re-opened after being disabled for a few days, rolling out the ‘biggest update’ on the smartphone app to date.

Game developer Dingo ceases operation, files for bankruptcy

After incurring debts worth JP¥340 million (about PHP153.2 million) to 100 creditors, Dingo Inc., the developer of the popular video game Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA, ceases operations and filed for bankruptcy on Tuesday, March 21.