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How gamers are using technology (with community member interview)

Gamers are using technology every time they play a game, whether they play on a personal computer, console, or mobile device. But the act of gaming is not the only aspect of gaming that makes use of technology; it is also used to share information with the community. 924 more words

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Destiny's Expansion II: House Of Wolves Livestream Details Announced

In case you have missed the livestream that Bungie held on 23 April with Deej (Bungie Community Manager), Christopher Barrett (Bungie Creative Director) and community member Gothalion, we have all the details for you.  245 more words

Console Gaming

Wargaming.net League’s Biggest Event, The Grand Finals 2015 Is Almost Here

Wargaming was excited to announce that The Grand Finals 2015 is almost here. This weekend, the global elite of eSports will travel to Warsaw to battle it out for a slice of $300,000 and the chance to be crowned champion of the Wargaming.net League.  319 more words

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Starting Tomorrow The Bungie Team Will Begin To Roll Out Information For The Upcoming Destiny Expansion II: House Of Wolves

Deej who is the Community Manager at Bungie will host a livestream straight from the studio with Bungie Creative Director, Christopher Barrett and community member Gothalion. 63 more words

Console Gaming

Shadowrun 5E "Not With a Whimper" Session 3 Report

Note that since my players will read these I have to avoid spoilers and background information while the current mission is still in session. Look for our epilogue episode and write-up for more in-depth analysis and feedback. 1,171 more words

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Shadowrun 5E "Not With a Whimper" Session 2 Report

Note that since my players will read these I have to avoid spoilers and background information while the current mission is still in session. Look for our epilogue episode and write-up for more in-depth analysis and feedback. 1,011 more words

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BitGamer.tv: The Crypto Friendly Streaming Service

BitGamer.tv launched without much fanfare on February of this year, it’s the first streaming service whose donation system is completely based on crypto currencies. An avid gamer for most of his life and an active member of the DogeCoin community, Andrew saw an opening in the lucrative streaming market (in the somewhat-recent wake of Google’s $1 billion acquisition of Twitch.tv) and went to work in a frenzy, managing to prototype, get feedback and launch a beta version of his service including DogeCoin support in only two weeks. 40 more words

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