Evo 2016, which will primarily take place in the Las Vegas Convention Center, will see over 2000 competitors for the Wii U. version of Super Smash Bros. This year will also include Street Fighter V with 4000 entries.
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A collection of internet organizations, including Kickstarter and Reddit, organized with Fight for the Future to urge the government commission to examine services that are exempt from data usage. These include T-Mobile’s Binge On, which keeps content providers like Netflix and YouTube from using customer’s data. The group believes these could be a threat to net neutrality, they said in a letter.
At Google I/O 2016, VP of Engineering for Android David Burke spoke about the many changes coming to the platform. These include many under the hood improvements as well as new features.
The game creation program was “no longer feasible to continue” according to a statement from the developer Team Dakota. It was removed from download, but is still usable.
YouTube announced a change to their Content ID system to hold disputed videos money. This change hasn’t been lauded within the part of the YouTube community concerned with fair use.
On April 29, Netflix released a teaser trailer for a Punisher series shortly after Entertainment Weekly broke the story.
Without any coffee, the RoundTable goes a bit off the rails this week in a discussion ranging from King Kong and theme parks, all the way to Batman, Edward Snowden, and castration. You know, normal and upbeat stuff.
The RoundTable crew is out this week, leaving their fearless leader to man the helm of this week’s short recap episode.
The main RoundTable trio is back together this week to discuss the latest news out of SXSW and the Game Developer’s Conference. Which means a lot of tech, games, VR, and Batman.
Microsoft made an announcement at the Game Developers Conference indicating a growing interest in the eSports market. The Xbox Live Tournaments Program will give developers tools to build their own competitions.