Month: May 2019

What hiring Nate Nanzer means for Fortnite esports – FortniteINTEL

With the announcement of Overwatch League commissioner Nate Nanzer being hired by Epic Games, we have to wonder what that could mean for Fortnite esports. The Overwatch League is one of the most ambitious esports undertakings ever. Expansion slots for the second season went for upwards of $40 million as a host of new teams …

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Fiat Chrysler may strike Renault deal to survive changing car industry – Engadget

Fiat Chrysler hasn’t been on the cutting edge of automotive change as of late. Unless you count concepts like the Centoventi, the company hasn’t done much with EVs — and its support for autonomy mostly involves supplying minivans to Waymo. The automaker might make a huge deal that could prepare it for the future, though. …

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Death Toll Rises On Mt. Everest, Concerns Of Overcrowding On World’s Highest Peak | Nightly News – NBC News

Published on May 25, 2019 A British climber has died scaling Mount Everest, part of a growing death toll of climbers atop the world’s tallest peak. The tragedies are raising concerns that a traffic jam of mountaineers near the summit is making the ascent even more treacherous.» Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC» Watch more NBC …

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Trump to clear $8bn Saudi weapons sale over Iran tensions – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Secretary of State Mike Pompeo (R) said that “Iranian malign activity” required the “immediate sale” of weapons US President Donald Trump is clearing the sale of billions of dollars’ worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia, citing Iranian threats to its arch rival. Mr Trump invoked a rarely used aspect …

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