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E3 2021 dates, schedule, games, and publishers for the digital event – Inverse

[ad_1] E3 will be different this year. The video game industry’s equivalent of the Super Bowl was outright canceled in 2020 amid the then-emerging Covid-19 pandemic. That meant gamers didn’t get a weekend full of exciting reveals and announcements, leaving a void in the usual gaming hype cycle. Instead, the …

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Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant to miss at least two games with hamstring strain – ESPN

[ad_1] Kevin Durant will miss at least two games for the Brooklyn Nets with a left hamstring strain, the team announced Sunday. Brooklyn called the strain mild but said in a statement that Durant will be out on Monday against Sacramento and Tuesday against Phoenix while he receives treatment. 1 …

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Corsair's HS70 Bluetooth gaming headset is perfect for the work-from-home gamer – CNET

[ad_1] The HS70 is a wired gaming headset with Bluetooth.  Josh Goldman/CNET The Corsair HS70 Bluetooth is a wired headset for gaming. On the surface that doesn’t make much sense, what with Bluetooth being part of its name and all. The tricky bit is that the wireless part isn’t intended …

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Breaking Down Bulls Rookie Devon Dotson's First Games in G League Bubble – NBC Chicago

[ad_1] Breaking down Dotson’s first games in G League bubble originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago The Bulls didn’t send their G League affiliate to the Disney World bubble where the league is hosting its 2021 campaign. But they did send a player. Devon Dotson, who signed a 2-way deal …

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Black Women Gamers Talk Beauty, Opportunities and Challenges – WWD

[ad_1] Beauty brands are just starting to wake up to the lucrative video gaming industry, which has a massive female following. Within that, various platforms — such as Black Girl Gamers and NNESAGA — have emerged to give voice and support to Black women gamers, a powerful subset. ColourPop Cosmetics, …

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MVCHA GAMES ON: High school hockey returns to ice Feb. 22 – Alton Telegraph

[ad_1] MVCHA season begins Feb. 22 Pete Hayes, phayes@thetelegraph.com Published 12:06 pm CST, Friday, February 12, 2021 East Alton-Wood River’s Kaleb Harrop (91) lifts the pucks over Columbia goalie Londyn Little in a 2018-19 season Mississippi Valley Club Hockey Association game at the East Alton Ice Arena. The MVCHA will play …

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Rights Groups Urge Boycott of 2022 Winter Games in China – Voice of America

[ad_1] More than 180 human rights groups are calling for diplomatic boycott of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games to protest Beijing’s abuses of racial and ethnic minorities.   The coalition of Tibetan, Uighur, Hong Kong, Taiwanese and human rights groups issued an open letter last week, calling on governments to …

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Coyotes seeing deja Blues, scheduled 7 games in a row vs. St. Louis – Arizona Sports

[ad_1] Arizona Coyotes’ John Hayden (15) and St. Louis Blues’ Kyle Clifford (13) fight during the first period of an NHL hockey game Monday, Feb. 8, 2021, in St. Louis. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson) If you ever experienced the sensation of deja vu, you might know how the Arizona Coyotes are …

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IKEA releases furniture collection to "democratise the gaming experience" – Dezeen

[ad_1] IKEA has released its first line of furniture designed for PC gaming in collaboration with popular hardware brand Republic of Gamers. The collection contains four desks with accompanying chairs at price points that IKEA believes will make professional-level set-ups accessible to a wider demographic of people. IKEA’s gaming furniture includes …

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This is how Stadia lost one of its most anticipated indie games – Engadget

[ad_1] Here’s how it went down in public: Terraria co-creator and Re-Logic CEO Andrew Spinks published a Twitter thread early Monday morning accusing Google of suddenly, unjustifiably suspending his studio’s YouTube, Gmail, Drive and Play accounts. He said he had been locked out of 15 years of resources for nearly …

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