Play video content Exclusive TMZSports.com Think gaming ain't hard work? It is ... and 2 top gamers tell TMZ Sports they spend around 6-7 hours training -- every day!! We talked to 2 of the best Call of Duty players in the world ... Kenny "Kenny" Williams ('18 Esports Console ROY) from the Los Angeles Thieves and Dillon "Attach" Price (youngest player to win a CoD WC) of the Minnesota ROKKR -- and we asked how their squads prepare for big money tourneys. "Pretty much every day we're online and playing as a team like 5 to 6 hours a day," Attach says. How many days a week? Attach tells us there are times they practice every single day. "Usually 6 to 7 days a week. If a tournament is coming up, probably no days off. But, if a tournament is kinda far away we’ll practice 6 days a week, and then take 1 day to just chill and relax." Play video content TMZSports.com Same deal for Kenny's team ... they're also putting in … [Read more...] about Call of Duty Pros ‘Kenny’ & ‘Attach’ Practice Over 35 Hours A Week!!
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California health officials announced on Friday that the state will allow reopening of outdoor stadiums, ball parks and theme parks beginning April 1st. The Department of Health says events and venues are for California residents only. Masks will be mandatory. Live performances/sports with fans can begin in all tiers of the state’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy . Theme parks open in Red tier, which for Los Angeles, could be as soon as March 29. Numbers in L.A. County are expected to reach the red tier threshold next Tuesday. They then just need to stay there for three consecutive weeks to qualify LA parks for reopening. When the counties reach the red tier, theme parks can open at 15% of overall capacity. When they advance to the orange tier, capacity will be increased to 25%. In the least-restrictive yellow tier, a capacity of 35% will be allowed. Related Story Newsom Wants Californians To Wear 2 Masks; Will Not Follow BREAKING: Disneyland Resort … [Read more...] about California To Allow Reopening Of Disneyland, Other Theme Parks, Outdoor Sports Stadiums On April 1
As of late, WandaVision has been answering a lot of burning questions, like Agnes' true identity, who brought the fake Pietro to Westview, who created the sitcom-reality, why sitcoms in the first place, etc. But there are still countless (fourteen to be precise) mysteries that the show still has to solve. And all we have left is a finale episode, which is rumoured to be at least an hour long. But will that be enough to answer all the burning questions we have? 14 Where is Ralph ? RELATED: WandaVision Finale Ends the Long-Standing Strongest Avenger Debate From the very first episode, Agnes a.k.a. Agatha Harkness has talked about her husband, Ralph. We have yet to catch a glimpse of the character or know what he has been up to since the sitcom-world of Wanda started. There is the possibility that Agatha made him up to fit the sitcom-reality of Westview. Ralph is just a character for Wanda's show that Agatha merely-name dropped and his presence is akin to Maris Crane … [Read more...] about 14 Mysteries the WandaVision Finale Needs to Solve
Senate Democrats reached a deal to end an impasse over the Covid-19 relief bill, after coming to an agreement with moderate Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W. VA) on the size of the legislation’s outlay for unemployment benefits. The bill now will provide an extra $300 per week of jobless benefits that extends through Sept. 6. Those making less than $150,000 will get a tax break on the first $10,200 of their benefits. The House version of the bill, which passed last week, provided an extra $400 per week of the jobless benefits. The $1.9 trillion Covid-19 relief legislation stalled out on Friday morning, as Democrats worked through the day to reach some kind of agreement with Manchin that would trim the size of the unemployment benefit. Related Story Tim Wu, A Proponent Of Breaking Up Tech Giants, Joins Joe Biden's White House National Economic Council Manchin announced a deal on Friday evening. “The president has made it clear we will have enough vaccines for every … [Read more...] about Senate Democrats Reach Deal On Unemployment Benefits To Move Covid-19 Relief Bill Forward