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“Valorant” reaps talents from stagnating sports

In fact, even before the public beta started, Valorant already had some coups in the form of Fortnite player Jake “Poach” Brumleve and CS: GO star Braxton “swag” Pierce. Things accelerated after April 3rd, when ValorantThe public beta has started. Just two days later, Harrison “Psalm” Chang announced that he would quit the competition Fourteen days and change his loyalty …

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Sports leagues aim to return to the game, but with no guarantee

With no games being played, recent sports headlines have focused on hopes and dreams – namely, the unknown leagues and teams need to navigate to return to the competition after the pandemic. Virtually all leagues speak publicly about their desire to return before summer. But behind closed doors, various potential plans slip: all 30 baseball teams play in Arizona; Home …

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The Formula E team fills the sports gap with online marble races

Formula E delivers more than realistic racing simulations to close the gap in the programs that resulted from the temporary shutdown of conventional sports. The Envision Virgin Racing Team has teamed up with Jelles Marble Runs, Marbleympics’ YouTube channel, to start a “Marbula E” series. In every race, marbles (named after real teams) compete against each other on scale versions …

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A group of five commissioners asks the NCAA to relax the rules that could allow more sports to be cut

University sports departments are calm, the spring sports season has been canceled and the future of university sports is as clear as mud, thanks to the financial uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic. The commissioners of the group of five conferences are affected. AAC, Mountain West, MAC, Sun Belt and Conference USA commissioners sent a joint letter to NCAA Commissioner …

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The popular NYC sports photographer died of COVID-19 at the age of 48

NEW YORK (AP) – Anthony Causi, a highly skilled and hugely popular New York Post sports photographer who has covered city teams for 25 years, died on Sunday from the new corona virus. He was 48 years old. The newspaper reported on Causi’s death on Sunday evening on its website and included a picture of the back of Monday. It …

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Sports photographer Anthony Causi from NYC, 48, dies of coronavirus

NEW YORK – Anthony Causi, a highly skilled and hugely popular New York Post sports photographer who has covered city teams for 25 years, died on Sunday from the new corona virus. He was 48 years old. The newspaper reported on Causi’s death on Sunday evening on its website and included a picture of the back of Monday. It showed …

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