Author: Keith

The German science fiction series has attracted a cult following since debuting on Netflix last December. Luckily for fans, Netflix decided to renew the series! Production will begin on June 25th and is expected to be released in mid 2019 with eight episodes. Dark received largely positive reviews from critics and drew strong comparisons to Stranger Things. Both shows follow a similar plot, a young kid disappears in a small town and no one knows what happened but it’s clear something isn’t right. Appropriately named Dark, the Sci-fi thriller is much more spookier than Stranger Things but just as easy to binge watch.…

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Developers of Fortnite, Epic Games are continuing their legal action against two gamers caught cheating, one of which is a 14-year-old. The lawsuit states, the teenager actively promoted and distributed cheat software that volatiles their terms of service. Speaking to Kotaku, Epic games said “we take cheating seriously and will pursue all available options to make sure our games are fun, fair and competitive for our players”. The two players being sued were allegedly linked to a cheat website and used this aimbotting service to kill Twitch streamers playing live. The website offers bots to help players track and kill…

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Fintech startup Revolut is one of the fastest growing technology companies in Europe, they recently secured a $250 million round of funding, valuing the company at a staggering $1.7 billion! The London-based firm is making waves within the financial sector in the UK with thousands of customers ditching traditional banks to sign up with them. According to CEO Nikolay Storonsky, they have 2 million customers with ambitious plans to reach 100 million people within the next five years! With the annoucement of their successful round of funding, the startup also revealed they plan to run free coding classes for women to tackle…

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Gambling is not a game. This simple word game is carved into the mission of any gambling company in the world. Although, for example, in the US, only 2%-3% of the population meets the criteria to have a gambling disorder, in this case, the famous phrase “one is enough” is fully applied. Therefore, all major gambling companies dedicate efforts to prevent compulsive gambling disorder that may consist of advertising campaigns, donations to organizations that promote safer gambling (BeGambleAware, GamStop, etc.), and several internal campaigns to make their products safer for customers. For example, for the upcoming Responsible Gambling Week, the online…

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The watercooler conversation in the office has moved on a lot in the past decade – and it’s always a good representation of how things are looking in the world. Around 15 years ago, 52.5 million Americans tuned in to see if Ross and Rachel would make it in the last episode of Friends. But now, nobody could imagine traditional television bringing in as many viewers, especially with streaming services absorbing a lot of cable TV’s audiences. Traditional television’s viewership has dwindled in recent years in favor of a different way of consuming our entertainment. Netflix’s revenue has increased tenfold…

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Fear of Missing Out or FOMO is such a common emotion in humans that it has its own detailed Wikipedia page. Social media has pushed FOMO to its logical extreme (by making sure that you know your friends are having fun without you) but it’s something that runs right through the fabric of modern life. And, while it might sound a bit cruel, FOMO is a popular marketing tactic in the video games industry and the wider entertainment industry, even including slots and bingo. Resident Evil Village Beta tests, time-limited items, and rare game editions all tug at the anxiety…

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Japan, South Korea and China have dominated the gaming world for years, contributing immensely to the growing value of the global gaming market. But now a new force has awaken in Asia: could India become the next booming video gaming hub in the continent? India’s gaming market grows as China continues to lead Traditionally, Asian countries are considered to be front runners in the gaming industry, along with heavyweights like the US and Germany. In fact, China currently ranks first in terms of biggest gaming markets worldwide with an estimated gaming revenue of over $40 billion for 2020. The US…

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Mobile gaming has become a huge global force. That’s right. Ten years ago, people weren’t all that interested in playing games on their phones. Sure, if they had a long car journey to sit through, they’d maybe play Angry Birds for an hour or so. But in the big scheme of things, mobile gaming wasn’t that popular. Oh, how life has changed. These days, everyone has at least a couple of their favorite games installed on their smartphones. According to Statista, in 2020, mobile gaming accounted for nearly 50 percent of video gaming revenue worldwide – which is staggering, to…

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Online games are becoming more and more popular every day. Casinos and various machines with unique designs and themes are especially relevant. There are video slots and themed slots that are the most loved. You may ask “what makes these themed slots so appealing that players are willing to come back and play?”. Well, there is a unique technological innovation combined with historical aspects that helps create a memorable gaming experience and atmosphere. There are many blogs and websites that suggest that there is a huge variety of online game machines, where you can explore the range of free online…

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Many popular search engines have a terrible track record when it comes to privacy. This has led to millions of users researching viable alternatives to Google and Yahoo. After Facebook’s controversial customer data leak, people are becoming increasingly wary of how their data is being tracked. Below is a list of the top five search engines that don’t track your behavior. Search Encrypt Our number one pick is Search Encrypt, while it doesn’t have the bells and whistles of other search engines it is secure and reliable. Search Encrypt uses aes-256 encryption along with Secure Sockets Layer encryption and after…

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