Sunday, May 22, 2022
Sunday, May 22, 2022

Someone maxed Diablo 2 Resurrected Ladder Season 1 on Hardcore | PCGamesN

Less than a month after going live in the RPG game, a player has hit max level 99 on Diablo II: Resurrected Ladder Season 1 on Hardcore difficulty – the permadeath mode. This is just two weeks after a player became the world’s first to reach max level in the competitive multiplayer’s standard difficulty – after a week of grinding. Last month’s Diablo II: Resurrected 2.4 update finally introduced a ranked Ladder system for competitive multiplayer, and since then, players have been pushing to be the first to hit maximum level 99 on the leaderboard. Teo1904 did it on standard difficulty earlier this month, and now it looks like player EazyE has done it on Hardcore permadeath difficulty. While there sadly isn’t a stream of EazyE – otherwise known as EazyDuzIT_LIFTY – hitting level 99, you can check out portions of the adventure on Twitch. At the very least, the leaderboard confirms that EazyE is the first player to reach this milestone on Hardcore. You can chekk out the moment where EazyE became the first to hit level 98 on Hardcore as a paladin below. Now then, on to Season 2… In July 2021, the state of California filed a lawsuit against Activision…

Read more

Street Fighter Champion Infiltration Banned From Evo, Combo Breaker, And Twitch – TheGamer

Infiltration shared screenshots that show they've been banned from Evo, Combo Breaker, and more major fighting game tournaments. Former Street Fighter champion Lee Seon-woo, also known as Infiltration, has been banned from Evo, Combo Breaker, and more major fighting game tournaments. Last night, Seon-woo shared emails that he'd received from both Evo and Combo Breaker telling him that he's been banned from both events for breaking the code of conduct. The email from Evo said, "After conducting a review, we determined you do not meet our Code of Conduct, and we cannot allow you to compete at Evo this year. You are being refunded. This decision is being supported by Combo Breaker, Community Effort Orlando, East Coast Throwdown, and the intercontinental Fight Club." The email from Combo Breaker, which Seon-woo apparently received just minutes after the email from Evo, said, "In respect to our Code of Conduct, and in support of the Evolution Championship Series enforcement of their own, you will not be able to attend Combo Breaker 2022 this year. You are being refunded". Evo general manager Rick Thiher spoke to Kotaku regarding the ban, and said, “Evo will not be discussing individual enforcement decisions publicly, but will be…

Read more

“Ludwig sold out to YouTube”: xQc calls out Ludwig for turning down gambling sponsors

The battle between YouTube and Twitch has continued, this time due to a discussion about each platform's regulations regarding gambling. Gambling has become a big trend on Twitch once again largely thanks to Felix "xQc" Lengyel taking back his previous apology and deciding to gamble in full-force, even losing almost $2 million in one month. Despite concern from his family and fans, xQc said that he can "afford" to have a gambling addiction and has demanded that anyone who doesn't agree with his content to just leave.  Many streamers have voiced concern over the resurgence of gambling, including Ludwig Ahgren, Sykkuno, and Imane "Pokimane" Anys, who all questioned why Twitch had no problem with its biggest content creators promoting the controversial activity to young viewers. xQc has decided to lash out at streamers who don't agree with his decision to gamble.  xQc responds to Ludwig's gambling addiction claims In the past, Ludwig has admitted to having a gambling addiction as the main reason he is avoiding this type of content. Recently, Ludwig said that he didn't want to "sell out" to online gambling sponsors, afraid of the backlash he'd receive as well as the damage it may cause to viewers. …

Read more

Twitch bans streamer for reading ridiculous smut on stream | Metro News

Streamer Abelina Sabrina Rios was banned from Twitch for reading and poking fun at a romance novel live on the platform. Twitch, the streaming platform focused on gaming, has seen a huge rise in its ‘Just Chatting’ category for different types of streams. However, these streams have also been subject to a heavy-handed and trigger-happy moderation team who appear to be taking things a little too far this time round. Just Chatting usually sees a lot of users chatting with streamers or taking part in something that might not fit the usual categories available. These can include news updates, podcasts, and even people live streaming on the streets. Rios, who has taken to reading ludicrous romance novels on her streams, has been banned for the content of the book that wasn’t even read in a ‘sexual way’ according to her Twitter. The book in question is called Ice Planet Barbarians and is about an abducted woman getting seduced by blue aliens. The author’s Amazon description is as follows: ‘Ruby Dixon loves to write sexy, dirty things. Right now she’s obsessed with dirty aliens. She’s also dabbled in dirty bikers, dirty bears, and well, just dirty things in general.’ There’s definitely…

Read more

Infiltration banned from Twitch, Evo, Combo Breaker, CEO and other fighting game events

Seon-woo "Infiltration" Lee has been banned from Twitch and this year's Evo, CEO, Combo Breaker and multiple other events, according to screen shots he posted online. Combo Breaker 2022 is slated to start a week from today. For both Evo and Combo Breaker, two events in which he had already registered for this year, refunds have reportedly been processed for Infiltration. Although the staff for Evo 2022 and Combo Breaker 2022 have both cited each event's code of conduct as to why Infiltration was denied, Infiltration said that neither event has provided details beyond this. "Thank you for your interest in registering for Evo 2022," said the Evo email sent to Infiltration. "After conducting a review, we determined you do not meet our Code of Conduct, and we cannot allow you to compete at Evo this year. You are being refunded. This decision is being supported by Combo Breaker, Community Effort Orlando, East Coast Throwdown, and the intercontinental Fight Club." According to Infiltration, he received a similar email from Combo Breaker just minutes after being denied competing at Evo this year. "In respect to our Code of Conduct, and in support of the Evolution Championship Series enforcement of their own,…

Read more

Twitch and Discord to be investigated by New York's attorney general – NME

The New York attorney general, Letitia James, has announced Twitch and Discord will be investigated for the role they played in the recent racially-motivated mass shooting in Buffalo. Last night (May 19) James announced the investigation saying that both social media platforms will be individually evaluated, as well as the “months” of online posts from the perpetrator. 4chan and 8chan – which were also used by the killer to plan his attack – will also be included. On May 14, the shooting’s perpetrator travelled to a Buffalo supermarket to carry out the attack, which he live streamed the first two minutes of before it was eventually removed by Twitch. The terrorist attack killed ten people and wounded three others. Prior to the attack, it was confirmed that the killer used Discord to promote their plan alongside white supremacist theories, they also used the platform to discuss potential predominantly Black locations to carry out their attack as well. “The terror attack in Buffalo has once again revealed the depths and danger of the online forums that spread and promote hate,” James said. “The fact that an individual can post detailed plans to commit such an act of hate without consequence, and…

Read more

Who Are the New 'SYTYCD' Judges—And What Happened to the Old Ones? – Newsweek

So You Think You Can Dance (SYTYCD to fans) returns for Season 17 this May after being off screens for three years.The Fox show was last on screens in 2019, when Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, Laurieann Gibson and Dominic "D-Trix" Sandoval were its judges. None of them are returning for the 2022 season. Cat Deeley, however, is returning as host.The SYTYCD judges this year include a returning judge from the 2018 season, plus two figures brand new to the judging panel (though not new to judging dance competition shows).Stephen "tWitch" Boss, JoJo Siwa and Matthew Morrison are the new So You Think You Can Dance judges. Here's what you need to know about them—and why the Fox show has replaced its judging panel.Who are the new judges of So You Think You Can Dance? Stephen "tWitch" Boss, left, JoJo Siwa, center, and Matthew Morrison, right, on "So You Think You Can Dance" Season 17. The trio are the show's new judging panel. Fox Stephen "tWitch" BossThe only judge to have previously appeared on the SYTYCD judging panel, tWitch starred alongside Lythgoe, Murphy and Vanessa Hudgens on Season 15 of the show. He is also the host of Fox's The Real…

Read more
Page 1 of 112 1 2 112

Welcome Back!

Login to your account below

Retrieve your password

Please enter your username or email address to reset your password.

Add New Playlist