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Oscar 2020: how to follow the Academy Awards live on TV and streaming

Oscar Night is undoubtedly the most important anniversary for any film buff. The Academy Awards, now in its 92nd edition, remain an event not to be missed: that you want to follow it hoping that ...

Mixer paid Ninja between $ 20 and $ 30 million

In August 2019 the well-known streamer Tyler Blevins (known as Ninja) signed an exclusive contract with Mixer, leaving Twitch and bringing his huge audience with him. It was clear that Microsoft had paid ...

The classics of Studio Ghibli arriving on Netflix

Soon we will be able to see the great classics of Studio Ghibli on Netflix. The streaming service will host for the first time 21 titles of the famous Japanese animation studio. The films will arrive in three waves ...

Disney + changes the release date in Europe

Like lightning in a clear sky comes a news that few would have expected: the Disney + streaming service, initially scheduled for release on March 31, officially changes the publication date. There...

Reggie Fils-Aimé, for him the future of gaming is in the cloud

Reggie Fils-aimé former president of Nintendo of America, during an interview stated that for him the future of gaming resides in the cloud. Even the good Reggie participated in this year's The Game Awards, ...

GRID, on Stadia you can count 40 multiplayer machines on the same track

GRID, the racing game developed by Codemasters will arrive on Stadia with a mode that boasts 40 help on the same track. Unfortunately GRID is not part of the list of 12 games available at launch ...

Unity acquires Obvioos, developer of an 3D streaming service

Unity recently acquired Obvioos, which had created an application for a real-time 3D streaming service called Furioos. The platform uses the same cloud gaming technology to stream 3D software on any device ...

Destiny 2, Big Show will join a streaming session of the Bungie game

A press release warns us that the well-known WWE wrestler Paul "The Big Show" Wight will be a guest of Bungie's studios to participate in the 19 October at 23.00 at a dedicated streaming ...

Sword and Shield Pokémon: shown the outline of the new Mysterious Pokémon

With the new issue of CoroCoro available in Japan, we can finally see the whole outline of the new Mysterious Pokémon of Pokémon Sword and Shield. How do you ...

Castlevania Season 3 the official trailer

We are now close to the distribution of the third season of the animated series dedicated to Castlevania. Netflix has recently announced that the new episodes of the events ...

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