Call of Duty Player Arrested for Deadly Prank!

You have probably heard the news that a 25-year-old man named Tyler R. Barriss
living in south Los Angeles, California has been arrested for a “swatting” prank
that led to another man’s death.

 

What is swatting?
The word ‘swatting’ comes from the acronym SWAT, as in the police SWAT teams that
handle hostage situations, etc, etc. A swatting prank is calling 911 and reporting
a hostage situation. Usually, extra drama is included in the false report, such as,
“a heavily armed man and one already dead’. The whole idea of swatting is to cause
a lot of trouble for the pranked-person.

 

However, in this case, the prank led to a man’s death.  Basically, when the police
arrived at the home of the suspected hostage situation and called for all to come out
with thier hands up, a man came to the front door, put his hands up but then down
again and one of the officers fired the fatal shot that killed the man.

 

 

There is some strong evidence that this swatting prank was the result of a dispute
during an online game called Call of Duty which is a first person shooting game. More
than a dozen people that claimed to be part of the Call of Duty gaming community
reported on Twitter that two fellow players had a major dispute which led to one
of them making the swatting call.

 

The sad part of this is that the other man in the dispute gave a fake address to
the gamer that was threatening the swatting call and the police wound up at the
wrong address and shot a man that had nothing to do with the whole event.

Online Gambling inurl:forum

Have you searched for a discussion group that is focused on ‘online gambling’ and is
also savvy about that topic with little ‘noise’? If you live in a state in the USA
where online gambling is legal, you could be an important contributor to online gambling
forums. On the other hand, if you live in a state where online gambling is NOT yet
legal you could update the other forums members on the status and progress of your
home state

 

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For this reason, we have decided to list the top three online gambling forums with
their Google Title, Google snippet, and our brief review.

 

GOOGLE SAYS:

Online Gambling Forum – Streak Gaming
www.streakgaming.com/forum/
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special deals, free spins,free casino cash and promotions with the industries
most respected gaming sites. … Come in and win $,£,¥ or € by entering Streak
Gaming’s freerolls, slot tournaments and contests.

 

WE SAY:

Streakgaming.com/forum/ is powered by vBulletin Version 4.1.9 and is available in over 100 languages,

so you should find a great diversity of players in this forum.

STATS:
Threads 67,422
Posts 430,032
Members 15,237

 


 

GOOGLE SAYS:

Online Gambling Discussion – Forum | Online Casino Reports
https://www.onlinecasinoreports.com/forum/
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online casinos that lets try out their casino with real money betting for free.
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11 hours ago. Online Casino Promotions. Discuss and share online casino promotions

 

WE SAY:

Onlinecasinoreports.com/forum/ has some interesting boards, but is available only
in English and does not show any stats. It does have a ‘latest posts’ feature in the right
sidebar, which, at this writing, seems full of ‘ugg boot’ spam.

 

 


 

GOOGLE SAYS:

Casino Forum – AskGamblers
https://www.askgamblers.com/forum/
Please read carefully the terms for posting in the AskGamblers forum. …
Online Casinos and Games. … Get all game guides about Slots, Poker, Video
Poker, Blackjack, Baccarat, Roulette, Craps, Keno

 

 

WE SAY:

Askgamblers.com/forum/ is powered by IP Board and is designed as a place for gamblers to get

answers to gambling questions, rather than the usual discussion forum.

STATS:
4343 users are online (in the past 15 minutes)
 

Street Fighter 30 Years Later!

Millions of young Street Fighter players never lived one day where Street Fighter
did not exist; they were born and raised with it!

 

 

 

This year marks the 30th year of Street Fighter and the publisher CapCom has announced
a 30 Year Collection of Street Fighter! That means twelve Street Fighter games in one
package and it is expected to be available in May of 2018 for PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo
Switch, and Windows.

 

 

Street Fighters was originally launched in 1987 in Japanese arcade and here we are
three decades later with it’s 30 year celebration!

 

 

This 30th Year Anniversay Collection with included:

  • Street Fighter
  • Street Fighter II
  • Street Fighter II Champion Edition
  • Street Fighter II Hyper Fighting
  • Street Fighter II The New Challengers
  • Street Fighter II Turbo
  • Street Fighter Alpha
  • Street Fighter Alpha 2
  • Street Fighter Alpha 3
  • Street Fighter III
  • Street Fighter III: Second Impact
  • Street Fighter III: Third Strike

Of course, CapCom has released Collections before, but to make this collection the
best of all, four of the games:

  • Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting,
  • Super Street Fighter II Turbo,
  • Street Fighter Alpha 3,
  • Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike

will feature online multiplayer action and will also incluse a CPU driven opponent
while waiting for your friends to show up.

Piranha Games is Releasing MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries!

Piranha Games is releasing a sequel to MechWarrior 4 which is hoped to re-ignite
the enthusism of it’s fan base as well as attract new players in order to further
increase the size of that fan base that began with MechWarrior in 1989.

 

 

 

The MechWarrior series is an online shooter game taking place in an intergalactic
battleground. MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries adds a whole new dimension to the series
by putting a player in charge of a mercenary unit which just might increase your
chances of victory.

 

 

Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries will feature an unprecented number of Mechs to choose
from with twelve to fifteen varying chasis.

“We’re looking at having upwards of 60
chassis with 300 to 400 variants.”
~ Russ Bullock president of Piranha Games

 

In the gameplay, there aren’t many one-shot kills. These new Mechs have a peel-back
feature that, when the Mech is shot and damaged, reveals the high tech inards and
it can still fight although slightly less lethal.

 

Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries will also have over 300 planets that offer unique
environments where Mechs can take cover. In fact, there is another feature that
will allow a player to design their own planey with it’s own environment, inlcuding
the mountains, rivers, and trees and other foliage for cover.

Mechwarrior 5: Mercenaries is coming soon in the first part of 2018.

Xbox One, Xbox Live Servers are Down!

 

 

 

It all happened just a few hours ago from the time of this writing. Hopefully,
you can still play Checkers off-line, or whatever. Most services are not
available on Xbox One, Xbox 360, and Xbox on Windows 10

Services Affected:

  • In-game matchmaking,
  • cloud storage,
  • finding friends,
  • Game DVR,
  • leaderboards,
  • avatar editing,
  • and pictures.

 

 

Based on Microsoft’s support page, the following games are the most predominently
played games that are affected: Call of Duty, Fortnite Battle Royale, and FIFA 18,
but they are certainly not the only games that are down.

 

 

After several hours of the outage, Microsoft support claimed to know what the issue
is that is causing the downtime, yet the problem remains. However, many players are
seeing a curious error message: 0x87e107f9, which Microsoft support claims to not
even recognize.

 

 

“Our teams are investigating issues with Xbox Live,
including launching games. Details & SMS updates…”
~ Microsoft support

 

 

Xbox One is a home video game developed by Microsoft back in 2013, it replaces the
Xbox 360, although there are still many Xbox 360s in service. The Xbox One was first
released in North America then followed in Europe, Australia, and Brazil later
in the same year. It is one of the most popular home video game machines on the
market today.

Online Game Gold Mining Saves Lives!

There are some countries where the wages are so low and/or where there just are not
enough jobs to go around that a father or mother becomes desperate to feed themselves
and their children. School for the children is a luxury for a lucky few. For example,
in Pakistan, the average unskilled laboror might earn only $150.00 per month.

 

 

 

When the family income is so low, desperation sinks in and someone steps up in an
attemtp to make things better. For this reason, many younger men and women have
turned to the computer cafes where there is a chance to earn extra money. Sure
it costs money to ‘rent’ the computer in a cafe, but there are ways to turning
that computer into an cash cow.

 

One country whose economy has been devastated by political turmoil is Venezuela
and many computer-savvy people have flocked to the internet cafes and started
playing online games such as RuneScape. RuneScape, among others that are known
as MMORPGs, (massively multiplayer online role-playing game), have an important
feature. That feature is that by accomplishing certain goals in the game, a
player can earn in-game ‘gold’ or other in-game assets that can be sold to
other players for real money; US dollars or even Bitcoin.

 

 

In some cases, it has been shown that the extra money earned in these online
games have actually enabled a family to survive otherwise dangerous financial
situations.