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Powering Gaming Experiences With RT3D

We dive into how Unity is developing powerful tools to create cool gaming experiences with Adam Myhill. Unity is the creator of the world’s most widely used real-time 3D (RT3D) development platform, giving developers around the world the tools to create rich, interactive 2D, 3D, VR and AR experiences. Website: Unity Technologies Twitter: @adamjcmyhill / @unity3d

Get The Details On Super Gaming League

Matt Edelman, Chief Commercial Officer of Super League Gaming, shares his own personal experience in gaming with his kids as well as how the community of Super League Gaming is special. Plus, we get an insight into what is competitive Minecraft. Super League Gaming is the world’s premier platform for amateur gamers to experience their…

Catching Up With Keem, SODMG Gamer

From early on Keem had a passion for skateboarding and gaming.  He's been able to turn his loves of both into a profession as a  competitive Halo player. Along the way, he's made tons of friends and connections, including celebs, who all love gaming. During their conversation, we find out the appeal of Halo, who…

Checking Out HP's New VR Headset

Joanna Popper, Global Head of HPs Virtual Reality, met up with Beasley XP at the NAB Show to talk how virtual reality integrates into our daily lives and how it affects gaming and esports. BONUS...she let us check out HP’s new VR headset, Reverb. Twitter: @JoannaPopper LinkedIn: Joanna Popper Website: HP VR Reverb    

Meet Nicovald, Streamer & Content Creator

Recently the Beasley XP team caught up with Nicovald to find out what's new is his world. He gave us some insight into his Fortnite skills and the recent partnership with the Detroit Renegades. YouTube: Nicovald Twitter: @nicovald Facebook: Nicovald Renegades Website: Renegadespro.com

Mazz: Time for Red Sox Pitchers to Get Back to Basics

Call me a traditionalist – and to a degree, I am – but here’s a simple question: if you’re walking a ton of guys and putting yourself in bad situations, why would you keep pitching backwards? Maybe it’s because the Sox de-emphasized the start of the season, brought their pitchers along slowly, don’t have arm strength just yet. Or maybe the slow spring actually prevented Sox pitchers from getting the necessary feel for their off-speed pitches, which means Sox starters are throwing softer and with less break, movement, command.

Dive Into How The Switch Helps Esports Broadcasts Around The World

The guys catch up with Charles Conroy from The Switch and find out how it is making its way into esports and gaming with the introduction of The Switch eSports™. This new offering integrates eSports production, transmission and distribution from anywhere in the world.  It allows game organizers, publishers and distributors to seamlessly and effortlessly…

Bruins winger Brad Marchand joins 100-point club

By Ty Anderson, 985TheSportsHub.com You're out of your mind if you ever thought Brad Marchand would be this good. And by "this good," I mean good enough to become the first Bruins player to record 100 points in a single season since Joe Thornton accomplished the feat in 2002-03, just the third B's player in…

Mazz: For Alex Cora and Red Sox, Invoice for October Workload May Be Coming Due Now

When you add it all up – past, present and future – the Red Sox have over a half-billion dollars invested in their starting rotation, $531.8 million to be exact. Those five pitchers are and always have been the foundation in Dave Dombrowski’s formula for success. And when they perform like they’re performing now, there’s really no need for analysis of any kind. You just have no chance.