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The controversy over the cinema of singleplayer played on youtube

La Polemica - singleplayer cinema played on YouTube

But do we want to talk about how singleplayer video games are perceived by general users? Now in the collective imagination a video game designed to be enjoyed alone must meet certain standards set by those 4/5 titles that ...

Riot Games warns streamer and LoL players to avoid sensitive topics

Riot Games has released a document warning players and streamers to be careful what they say and to avoid "sensitive topics". The text that includes the warning to the players has appeared ...
Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders has opened a channel on Twitch

Ah, but it's not Lercio. Once again, reality succeeds in overcoming all kinds of expectations. Bernie Sanders, US Senator and one of the presidential candidates of the 2020, has officially opened ...

Ninja among the "100 most influential people of 2019"

This year, in the famous ranking drawn up as usual by Time, that of the "100 most influential people", Ninja has managed to carve out his place overwhelmingly. The famous streamer is joined on the list by personalities ...

Skyrim's grandmother is reality

That being a youtuber nowadays is almost taken for granted is now established, but for Shirley Curry, Skyrim's grandmother, 82 years old, no. Let's go a little back in time to refresh a ...

Path of Exile, Echoes of the Atlas is the largest expansion ...

The new Path of Exile league has arrived, accompanied by the new Echoes of the Atlas expansion. As already reported in recent days, the ...

Xbox Live Gold, Microsoft's turnaround: no increase and free to ...

Counter-order comrades. Microsoft thinks back and a few hours after the announcement of an Xbox Live Gold price hike, not only takes a step back, ...

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