Visit the new and improved Sky Sports Fantasy Football website to select your team! By Billy Lumsden Last Updated: 09/07/19 10:50pm Another year, another £50,000 jackpot on the line. Sky Sports Fantasy Football makes its eagerly-awaited return for the 2019/20 season. 'Fantasy just got real' has never been so true with the updated Fantasy Football product for the upcoming campaign. New scoring systems, new rules, a new website, along with a new feature which will be coming into fruition for the first game week of the year.Create your 2019/20 Sky Sports Fantasy Football team here.All of this alone gives you the incentive to set up your team early and get ahead of the game, combined with just the small added bonus of the £50,000 jackpot prize for the inaugural Sky Sports Fantasy Football 2019/20 champion. Picking and Managing Your TeamPicking your Sky Sports Fantasy Football team is quick and easy and best of all it's free!You can use any of the following … [Read more...] about Sky Sports Fantasy Football is back
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Next week, 40 FIFA 19 players representing the 20 Premier League clubs will compete at the ePremier League Final in London. This gathering of the best FIFA players in the UK is one hell of a shop-window opportunity - the two-day tournament will be broadcast live on Sky Sports, sandwiched between real-life football coverage and ad breaks packed with betting promos. The winner isn't just guaranteed a trophy - they're guaranteed exposure.But while this culmination of the inaugural ePremier League is supposed to be a celebration of FIFA 19 as an esport and those in the UK who play it competitively, behind the scenes FIFA 19 is not thought to be in the best of places."The current state, I don't think it's brilliant," Dan Hilliard, who represents Brighton / PS4 in the ePL, tells me in a phone interview."There's a lot that can be done to improve it."Speak to those who takes FIFA seriously, those who play as often as they can in a bid to qualify for the open-to-all Weekend League tournament, … [Read more...] about What the pros really think of FIFA 19
Intel’s True View technology is capable of putting you at the heart of the most important or controversial moments of a live football match, putting virtual cameras inside players’ faces like FIFA’s Be a Pro mode. I know that for some of you Intel is already bringing those gaming perspectives into football, but this time around we’re talking about proper football. You might call it soccer. Starting with the first Intel True View-powered broadcast in March this year, three of the Premier League’s heavyweights will bring a whole new perspective to broadcasts of their home games, with a potential future where you can be in control of a virtual replay camera seconds after an incident has happened. Arsenal, Liverpool, and Manchester City have partnered up with Intel to install the True View system in their individual stadia, for the first time offering the ability to have a player’s eye view of a game without putting a camera anywhere near anyone on the … [Read more...] about Intel is bringing FIFA’s gaming perspectives into live football broadcasts
Passport to Iron City is a live immersive theater venue inspired by the upcoming sci-fi film Alita: Battle Angel, itself adapted from the beloved manga Battle Angel Alita. For 40 minutes, the performance drops guests into a modestly-sized recreation of the film’s set. Guests get divided into teams and compete in a variety of simple puzzles and games to collect credits that they ultimately gamble on a round of Motorball, in the hopes of accruing enough wealth to ascend to Zalem. Confused? So am I. The producers of the event — currently operating in Austin, Los Angeles, and New York City — claim it works as a stand-alone experience, similar to an escape room or Manhattan’s interactive take on Macbeth, Sleep No More. They insist this isn’t a marketing promotion. If that’s the case, then they’ve found the right audience in me, somebody who only knows of Alita through its marketing materials. The project’s designers try admirably to establish … [Read more...] about Should you visit the Alita: Battle Angel live event?
Base-building is de rigueur these days, what with all those survival games, Minecraft, Fallout 4 and now Fortnite, but before all that we had tiny top-down or isometric worlds in which we diligently built cities and dungeons and theme parks and rail networks. The central appeal of management games was and is that they give us an idealised sense of what it is like to create a game – to weave new worlds upon our screens, guided only by our imaginations, ingenuity and the limitations of the in-game taxation system. Magic, right there: the birth of your own universe. For a while there, it looked as though the management flame was fading, choked by the low-grade tycoon games that littered supermarkets’ dusty games shelves. But this is The New Age Of PC Games, which means every near-abandoned idea of yesteryear has been revisited in thoughtful and ambitious new ways. Town sims and theme sims are now healthier and more vibrant than they’ve ever been, expanding. This round-up … [Read more...] about The 20 best management games on PC