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The Covid-19 crisis has shut down eSports facilities across the country. But in recent years, before the onset of the pandemic, arenas were starting to pop up in unlikely locations — on college campuses and as standalone venues their owners are calling stadiums in places like Arlington, Texas. Nowhere has the trend elicited more excitement than at American shopping malls.
The way Franny Mestrich built her town, it has a psychic. She’s really a phony, a Miss Cleo type, but Mestrich made sure she was living in a Victorian mansion that’s also home to an occult coworking space.
Facebook Inc is planning to launch a gaming mobile app on April 20 focused mainly on live game streaming in a bid to take on Amazon.com Inc's Twitch, Google's YouTube and Microsoft Corp's Mixer services, the New York Times reported on April 19.
JOHOR BARU: Local electronic sports (e-sports) group is now bringing the competition directly to homes in an effort to help keep people indoors during the movement control order (MCO).
TAIPEI: Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC), chipmaker to Apple Inc and Huawei Technologies Co, has reported a 91% rise in earnings after demand for advanced silicon remained steady during the pandemic.
SERDANG: Bukit Aman has shut down an online gambling call centre that had been operating in a residential area here.
LONDON (Reuters) - Sebastian Vettel has never been one for social media or had much time for esports but even the four-times world champion has shifted his stance, however slightly, under Formula One's coronavirus lockdown.
Recent controversies could prompt the Cyberspace Administration of China to scrutinise the video game sector, analysts say. China is the industry’s biggest market, with more than 720 million gamers across mobile, desktop personal computer and console hardware.
Sports fans and players across the world frustrated by cancelled matches because of the coronavirus epidemic are turning to eSports, with professional real-world athletes joining virtual game tournaments of football, auto racing and basketball.
China's Tencent Holdings will launch its 'Arena Of Valor' mobile game in Russia and the Middle East on Thursday, capitalising on a global spike in online gaming as coronavirus lockdowns keep billions of people stuck at home.