Our new podcast emerges! Off the back of a visit to D&D Live: The Descent, we’ve got great conversations to share with some heavy hitters of the D&D world. Starting off with Penny Arcade’s Jerry Holkins and D&D’s Jeremy Crawford.
We’ve got prizes planned for the end of our sequence of episodes set to drop from my trip to D&D Live, so keep your ears peeled in each episode for the info you need to enter.
The Acquisitions Incorporated sourcebook is now available from all stores that sell you your fave D&D stuff.
Karrigan is one of my favourite players on the world circuit so it was fantastic to get time to sit down with him at IEM Sydney.
We talk about his interesting year, from winning IEM Sydney with FaZe Clan, to being benched, and now finding a new home at Mousesports. He tells us how he treats every time on the big stage like it might be his last, and how much the Counter-Strike scene has changed since his early 1.6 days.
It’s an honest and insightful conversation. Please enjoy!
At IEM Sydney 2019, I grabbed some time with Chad ‘SPUNJ’ Burchill, a former pro CS:GO player and now an analyst seen regularly on the global circuit. He’s an Australian and over the past few years has really helped build the identity of IEM Sydney, especially with the Caches show match that takes place before the grand final.
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.
This week Seamus sits down with Sam Mathews, co-founder and Chairman of FNATIC – one of the world’s biggest and longest running esports teams, with top-tier teams across CS:GO, League of Legends, Rainbow 6 Siege, and more.
There’s no other word for it. The P30’s camera tech is beyond clever or smart. It’s the work of wizardry. Here’s a collection of photos directly comparing the P30 with an iPhone XS. And sometimes… its actually so literally marvellous it’s capturing something you might not actually desire.
This week I’m sharing a really interesting, and hopefully useful, conversation with Morgan Romine that delves into some of the trickier areas of the state of online gaming, competitive gaming, esports, and the diversity problems that float around this industry like a really bad smell.