Author: Anthony Cardillo

I compose copy that converts readers into customers for B2B, SaaS, AI, and cryptocurrency startups. Included among the projects are content strategy, website copy, SEO blog content, and funnels. A wagering industry professional with over a decade of experience in a variety of operational and product roles. I have worked with sportsbooks and online wagering platforms for gaming titans in the United States, Canada, and New Zealand.

Pokemon Scarlet and Violet is well on its way to become the 3rd highest-selling Pokemon game at 23 million units sold. With the upcoming 2-part DLC release, Pokemon SV may overtake Pokemon Red, Green & Blue currently sitting at 32 mill. Nintendo has done a ‘good’ job with Pokemon SV – sorting out bugs and releasing cool extension content to keep SV alive and kicking well above its weight in a tough open-world RPG market where everything’s, right now, all about Starfield. But SV is here to stay and have a long run at it. Let’s take a good look…

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PopOK Gaming is ushering in a new era of online slots with the launch of its latest creation, Milky Farm. This game, adorned with captivating symbols of cows and overflowing milk jars, provides not just visual charm but also offers a thrilling and rewarding gaming experience. Not Your Average Farm Milky Farm is not just a feast for the eyes, but it’s also a test of fortune. The game’s 5×3 board exudes a charming rural theme that is sure to captivate every player. Beyond its whimsical façade, however, lies a thrilling voyage of winning opportunities. Wild symbols in the form…

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I’m looking forward to Assassin’s Creed Mirage. Why? For a game that was supposed to be a DLC to Valhalla and instead, to get a full-blown release date coming up on 5th October, Mirage must be worth it. Maybe that’s just why Ubisoft released an early peek into Assassin’s Creed Mirage Gameplay mechanics. Here’s all about it and more. Assassin’s Creed Mirage: Return to The Roots https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR1L56mYLF4 2023 marks the 15th anniversary of the first-ever Assassin’s Creed game to be released and since then paved the way to maybe the most endearing, loved and popularly associated video game series ever.…

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Starfield’s all over the web and Bethesda’s done it perfectly. If Early Access reviews are to go by, the game ‘runs’ on mid-spec PCs happily enough and the open world is open. But it’s best for Xbox gamers tbh. Xbox X and S have the necessary power to run Starfield in mid-to-high settings while maintaining a hugely respectable FPS. That’s just what Bethesda wanted, to make a good initial impression and build on it. But if you’re running Starfield on Xbox, you should think about getting a Starfield Xbox Controller or the Headset (or both). Why? Read on. Starfield Xbox…

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I’ve been waiting for Starfield since early rumors of the space sci-fi game from none other than Bethesda. Someone had to take up the baton from the likes of No Man’s Sky and Stellaris or EVE Online and create a full-blown RPG in space. Since it’s a RPG, Bethesda is arguably the best at it, and it looks like they pulled it off. But have they? You’ve watched Starfield Direct and the Starfield Official Gameplay Trailer a couple of times by now. I’ve done that too. And considering the increasing number of real-world leaks pre-release, I have reason enough to…

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Starfield is where we and Bethesda will be spending most of our hours towards the latter half of this decade at least. It’s the single most important project for Bethesda right now and one they’ll be deeply invested in for the foreseeable future. Based on what we’ve seen so far and at the time of writing this blog just a few days ahead of Early Access, Starfield looks ripe and ready to do what Skyrim technically cannot – build for the future. Here I’ll be talking about the Starfield Collector’s Edition, what it is (what it actually is) and all…

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