The Japan Independent Games Aggregate (JIGA) announced the nominees for the 2019 BitSummit Awards on Friday.
Day: May 24, 2019
First up, there’s the Advanced Timeline view, which shows “kills, tower takedowns and other big plays” on a timeline, which viewers can click on to view the exact moment.
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