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  2. Tfue - Wikipedia

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    Tenney previously streamed games such as Call of Duty, Destiny and H1Z1, but he transitioned to Fortnite Battle Royale as it was quickly gaining popularity. Tfue later joined FaZe Clan, a professional esports organization. In May 2018, Tenney was banned from Twitch for 30 days, after allegedly using a racial slur on one of his streams. Twitch ...

  3. BattlEye - Wikipedia

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    BattlEye is a proprietary anti-cheat software system which protects games and their players from hacking, cheating, and other forms of exploits while playing an online game.

  4. Battle royale game - Wikipedia

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    In February 2019, EA released the free-to-play Apex Legends, which exceeded 50 million player accounts within a month. The second main battle royale installment in the Call of Duty franchise, titled Call of Duty: Warzone , was released in March 2020, as a part of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare video game but does not require purchase of it ...

  5. Spotify - Wikipedia

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    Spotify was founded in 2006 in Stockholm, Sweden, by Daniel Ek, former CTO of Stardoll, and Martin Lorentzon, co-founder of Tradedoubler. According to Ek, the company's title was initially misheard from a name shouted by Lorentzon.

  6. Tencent - Wikipedia

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    The number of QQ accounts connected simultaneously has, at times, exceeded 100 million. While the IM service itself is free, a fee was being charged for mobile messaging as of 2006. [127] Tencent also created QQ International, which is an English version of QQ that allows communication with mainland accounts, QQi is available for Windows and ...

  7. Video game live streaming - Wikipedia

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    The live streaming of video games is an activity where people broadcast themselves playing games to a live audience online. The practice became popular in the mid-2010s on the US-based site Twitch, before growing to YouTube, Facebook, China-based sites Huya Live, DouYu, and Bilibili, and other services.

  8. World of Tanks - Wikipedia

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    World of Tanks (WoT) is a massively multiplayer online game developed by Belarusian company Wargaming, featuring 20th century (1910s–1970s) era combat vehicles. It is built upon a freemium business model where the game is free-to-play, but participants also have the option of paying a fee for use of "premium" features.

  9. Valorant - Wikipedia

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    Valorant (stylized as VALORANT) is a free-to-play first-person hero shooter developed and published by Riot Games, for Microsoft Windows.First teased under the codename Project A in October 2019, the game began a closed beta period with limited access on April 7, 2020, followed by an official release on June 2, 2020.