Sony conducted a survey about NFT on PlayStation, a GameStop NFT platform user was caught trading tokens with indie games without the permission of developers, and Meta* suspended a deal with the creators of the Supernatural VR game after a lawsuit from the FTC – we tell you what happened in the gaming industry this weekend.

According to IGN, during the Evolution Championship Series 2022 fighting game tournament, Sony asked gamers what types of NFT they would most like to see on PlayStation. Note that Sony has not officially announced plans to do NFT.

At the end of last week, the media again drew attention to the Activision Blizzard report for the second quarter of 2022. It turned out that this time the publisher earned more on mobile games than on console and PC games combined — mobile accounted for 51% of the company’s revenue or $831 million. A year ago, the share of mobile was 32% or $795 million.

Not so long ago, a man named Nathan Ello released a collection of non-interchangeable tokens with links to HTML5 games on the GameStop NFT platform. That’s just how the Ars Technica portal found out, he did not ask the developers for permission to sell. In addition, although GameStop has removed the collection, games from it are still available on the platform’s servers and in the blockchain. In total, Ello managed to earn 8.4 ETH ($14 thousand) on NFT with games.

At the end of July, it became known that the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed an antitrust lawsuit against Meta* because of plans to buy VR developers Within Unlimited. Now Meta* has stated that it agrees to suspend the transaction. Nevertheless, the corporation is confident that eventually the court will side with it and allow the purchase.

*The organization’s activities are prohibited on the territory of the Russian Federation.