HIgh-quality simulators bring the thrill of racing to average consumers, while also providing a proving ground for drivers who might graduate to a real track, says Niall McCrossan.
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Here are the latest moves from the Rocket League championship series.
Success in the future will require teams to restructure mid-game and implement creative plays, said one analyst.
The festival, which runs between Nov. 29 and Dec. 18, captures “the promise and challenges of migration” and “the unique contributions migrants make to their new communities.”
Some cannabis users say they have avoided the government site precisely because of the prospect that the data would be vulnerable.
It took Invictus Gaming little more than 85 minutes of play to defeat Fnatic, as a global audience looked on.
This will be the first time in six years that a non-Korean team will take home the Summoner’s Cup.
As play gets underway in Seoul, esports fans around the globe are already anticipating the LoL championship final, to take place in Incheon, South Korea, with a local viewing party at the University of Waterloo on Nov. 3.
By Niall McCrossan, Spoke News Apple launched its newest line of iPhones worldwide, along with the Apple Watch Series 4 last week on Sept. 21. People around the globe gathered at Apple stores to get their hands on the newest devices, with the iPhone XS and XS Max finally being released to the public. On Sept. 12, the company unveiled its much anticipated new products, with the 5.8-inch iPhone XS … Continued
EDITORIAL By Niall McCrossan Students at Conestoga College can now vote in a referendum that would allow full-time students to receive a bus pass as part of their tuition. The universal transit pass would be effective September 2019 and would cost no more than $137 per semester. The pass, also known as the “U-Pass,” would grant full-time students unlimited access to all Grand River Transit (GRT) services which will also … Continued
By Niall McCrossan, Spoke News Canadians will be denied entry to the United States for using marijuana legally, working in Canada’s legal marijuana industry and for investing in the industry, according to a senior U.S. Customs and Border Protection official. Executive assistant commissioner for the office of field operations, Todd Owen, said last week that the U.S. does not plan on changing its policies to account for the legalization of … Continued
By Niall McCrossan, Spoke News Students at the University of Waterloo are preparing for a vote that could extend their fall break for the next three years, according to a report from the university’s Federation of Students. Currently, students at UW have a two-day break in October following Thanksgiving Monday. The university states that, “Students are encouraged to use these days to prepare for upcoming midterms, catch up on readings and … Continued