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Whose Race Is It Anyway?

Dave Jansen stops by The Scrapyard to dive deep on 8.2 and the state of the raiding scene just as Mythic Eternal Palace gets set to drop.

With a fresh Race To World First kicking off, we look at the controversy around Method and Red Bull falling out, wanting to see more guilds being involved, and what we hope the right way to run this all might be.

Plus we enter a big old rabbit hole around the lore of the expansion and where we think, and where we hope, things will take us as we head toward the next expansion.

A Blizzard news catch-up: solo edition!

It’s just you and your old pal Seamus, recapping and catching up on all the latest Blizzard news from recent weeks. Enjoy!

We’ve got WoW 8.2, HotS updates, new Diablo seasons, WoW Classic and more. Some thoughts on what seems like a great rhythm of back and forth between WoW ‘modern’ and WoW Classic too.

Overwatch League, Contenders, Showdowns and IEM

There’s a lot of Overwatch to catch up on. Contenders Season 1 finals at Intel Extreme Masters Sydney. The Pacific Showdown that follows later in May. And all the latest happenings at Overwatch League and the 2019 World Cup has been announced. And what’s the state of the meta anyway? Thankfully shoutcaster Genome stops by again to bring us up to speed.

Zhiana is back to geek out about World of Warcraft

A fun chat with Zhiana, a great cosplayer and part of the Geek Bomb brigade, about all the latest developments in World of Warcraft. What have we been up to? What are we hoping for in 8.2 and where the story will go next? Why did Seamus make a Dark Iron Monk? All this and plenty more random Warcraftery so tune in and catch up.

Year of the Dragon deep dive with Cam Shea from IGN

This week I popped into the IGN studio to get face to face with Cam Shea and geek out about all the latest news around Hearthstone. We dive into the Year of the Dragon, the Specialist esports format, the Rise of Shadows announcement and the idea of a whole story threading through the year ahead. Plus how important this year’s rotation is as well as those early Hall of Fame moves.