The Fortnite World Cup is over and $ 30 million in prizes will be awarded. Fortnite World Cup, where both singles and duo divisions are represented, shared prizes with several winners. This created new millionaires.
Fortnite is an online multiplayer game for third parties if you have not been online in the last few years. The most popular mode, Battle Royale, begins by depositing 1
The Fortnite World Cup focuses on the Battle Royale mode and takes place over a series of games that are becoming shorter players until a last person or group stands.
In this year's competition, 16-year-old Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf won the singles championship, earning $ 3 million in a single day. All this proves once and for all that Mama was absolutely wrong when she said playing video games was a waste of time. Thank you mum. [TechCrunch]
In other news:
- You can now install Android on your Nintendo Switch: Enthusiasts at XDA Developers have released an Android ROM for Nintendo Switch. It should work on any model sold before 2018, but of course there are no guarantees. The developers based the ROM on the build of LineageOS by Nvidia Shield TV. When you load the ROM, Netflix will be installed on your switch, but there is a risk that the console will be blocked. So think before you jump. [XDA-Developers]
- UltraViolet will be shut down on June 31: UltraViolet will be completely shut down on June 31st. If you've ever used the service to redeem digital movies, make sure you associate it with a partner like VUDU before the service ends. If you do not, you lose your movie collection. [CNET]
- Google completely replaces voice search with the Google Assistant: Prior to the Google Assistant, Google created Voice Search. The feature was relatively simple: you would talk to her and do a Google search. It's a redundant feature because Google Assistant is now available. However, you can still access it through the Google app, the search bar widget, or the app shortcut. Now, Google is introducing a change to completely replace Voce Search with Assistant. [9to5Google]
- No More Ransom Project Saved Ransomware Victims $ 108 Million The No More Ransom Project is an initiative of the Dutch police, Europol's European Cybercrime Center, and McAfee to help victims of ransomware. The service provides free decryption for ransomware, where decrypted keys and ransomware prevention information are always available. After three years, the group announced that, thanks to these free decryption services, victims will not have to spend $ 108 million on ransomware developers. This is a good start. [ZDNet]
In 2014 Japan launched the spacecraft Hayabusa2 with the mission to reach the 162173 Ryugu asteroid. She completed this journey in June 2019 and is now studying the asteroid. While the probe is nearby, scientists are taking the opportunity to return samples from the asteroid. In this process is flown extremely close and stretched out with a collecting link. If scientists try the feat, they risk a crash and Hayabusa2.
You can watch a video (ten times faster) in which Hayabusa2 collects asteroid specimens. It's short and for a moment it almost looks as if the spaceship crashed, but the attempt was successful. It is a fantastic achievement, considering that there is a communication delay between the earth and the probe. [The Verge]