Less than an hour before the start of the inaugural Call of Duty League broadcast, Activision-Blizzard announced a deal with Google that will see the mega-publisher’s official esports events broadcast exclusively on YouTube. The deal covers Overwatch League, Call of Duty League, Hearthstone esports, “and more.”
Day: January 24, 2020
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After a series of limited launches, Legends of Runeterra’s open beta kicks off in a matter of hours. If you missed out on the chance to sign up for early access to the open beta, then today, January 24, is your chance to get in on the latest word on digital card games. Here’s exactly when you can expect to play in your region.
Rocket League developer Psyonix has announced it’s putting out the final patch for MacOS and Linux versions of its car-based sports game in March, meaning support for online functionality is going away on those platforms. Fear not, however, PC players – nothing’s changing for our home platform.
There’s a brand new limited edition Logitech G Pro Wireless gaming mouse coming later today – once again raising money for three organisations supporting gamers worldwide with accessibility requirements. The ‘GHOST’ is still the best gaming mouse we know and love but fitted into a gorgeous new white colourway – perfect for contrasting custom PC builds.
MSI has taken to YouTube to explain exactly why it’s only able to ship one AMD RX 5600 XT SKU out the door capable of sporting the updated 14Gbps memory spec the red team decide to drop at the eleventh hour. Basically, AMD supplied it with memory chips specifically designed to run at 12Gbps, and MSI couldn’t be sure they would operate comfortably at the higher speed indefinitely.
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Aleksei Burkov, a 29-year-old Russian hacker, on Thursday pleaded guilty to multiple criminal charges for running two illegal websites that helped cyber criminals commit more than $20 million in credit card fraud.
A recent fork of the venerable bsnes emulator has given us an extremely impressive feature – true HD widescreen support for Super NES games. Rather than simply stretching a game’s art out to 16:9, the bsnes HD beta actually draws out additional images beyond the edges of the usual 4:3 window. There are some serious limitations right now, but together with some creative ROM hacks, this could mark an era of fan-made remasters of 2D classics.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare received a brand new update today, which tackled a variety of the game’s issues alongside adding the long-awaited crossbow weapon.