Leading 'art, business and science of games' website Gamasutra has added new Twitter and RSS feeds for social, smartphone/tablet, console, serious, and indie games to easier follow video game industry submarkets.
The site has significantly expanded its coverage of areas such as Facebook, free-to-play, iOS and Android game trends over the last few months, and is now offering easier ways for regular readers in those markets to access information just for their own vertical.
With the front page of the website already including discipline-specific sections for programming, art, audio, design, production, and business/marketing, the site has added vertical sections for key gaming submarkets.
With multiple daily posts in each of the following areas, the new Gamasutra feeds encompass the following sections:
Using these targeted feeds, Gamasutra visitors can further tailor their experience with the leading B2B video game industry website, with RSS feeds augmenting existing offerings for news, jobs, blogs and features.
Readers can also simply click on one of Gamasutra's recently-introduced tab sections and find the link to RSS feed for that specific category. For the full list of new feeds for Gamasutra and its sibling websites, visit our RSS feed summary page.
The new sections also mean advertisers can also specifically target readership of these submarkets, knowing that their ads are reaching the relevant audience, with more information on options available at the JoinTheGameNetwork.com website.