Steam Spy switches algorithms to survive Valve’s data shutdown

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The PC gaming market-intelligence useful resource Steam Spy lives. Its writer, developer Sergey Galyonkin, is moving the instrument to a brand new set of rules that calculates the gross sales of PC video games at the the Steam distribution platform in keeping with “coincidental data” from across the web. Galyonkin had to make this variation after Valve started hiding its cu…Read MoreFtuQlD9GZq0 Steam Spy switches algorithms to survive Valve’s data shutdown Games Technology

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