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Clash Royale and JioGames Team Up to Host Epic Gaming Tournament for the People

Clash Royale and JioGames Team Up to Host Epic Gaming Tournament for the People

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Two of the biggest gaming franchises in the world Clash Royale, and JioGames, have partnered to host an amazing gaming tournament. The gaming tournament will last for 27 days starting from Saturday, November 28th, 2020. This brings the closing date to December 25th, 2020. Irrespective of your gaming level, beginner, armature or professional, you'll be able to participate in the tournament. Clash Royale and JioGames Host Tournament of the Year According to the official statement from both companies, participants must have maximum wins in 1-vs-1 games before they can qualify for the final round of the game. All winners will get real cash prizes. They will also enjoy weekly giveaways and will be known as champions in the gaming industry. If you're interested in participating in the tour...
Shiny Skwovet and Others are Appearing More Frequently in a Limited Edition of Raid Max in Switch Pokemon

Shiny Skwovet and Others are Appearing More Frequently in a Limited Edition of Raid Max in Switch Pokemon

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Pokemon has announced another limited edition that will bring Shiny Skwovet back to Pokemon in a bonus event that will last until Sunday 22nd, 2020. Shiny will appear on Switch Pokemon during Max raid Battles. The event is currently ongoing and gamers are excited to see this amazing character once again. Apart from Skwovet, some other rare Pokemon characters that will appear are Greedent, Cherubi, Shiinotic, and Amoongus. Start Playing to Enjoy Raid Max Raid Max has already started across Pokemon Sword and Shield in Switch but this isn't the only fun thing about the event. You are also going to earn different berries after successful raids. These will include but will not be limited to Custap, Rowap, and Micle Berries. Before you can get your hands on Shiny, you have to get up to 5 stars...
Gaming Company, Ubisoft Showed no Sign of Hostage Taking According to Police Report

Gaming Company, Ubisoft Showed no Sign of Hostage Taking According to Police Report

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On Friday, the Montreal gaming company, Ubisoft called the police on a hostage-taking situation that allegedly happened on the same day. Following the report, the police swamped their headquarters but found no evidence of any crime. The Montreal police department released its findings shortly after they started investigating the report. No Evidence of a Crime was Found in Ubisoft Right after the hostage-taking report was filed, the police evacuated the corridors of the building and launched a full investigation. However, they shortly announced that they were yet to find any evidence that the report was correct. Part of the statement was as follows; "No threat has been detected and no injuries are to be reported." Earlier that day, Ubisoft posted that they were aware of the situation and...