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  2. Tfue - Wikipedia

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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. Unreal Engine - Wikipedia

    Unreal Engine (UE) is a 3D computer graphics game engine developed by Epic Games, first showcased in the 1998 first-person shooter game Unreal.Initially developed for PC first-person shooters, it has since been used in a variety of genres of games and has seen adoption by other industries, most notably the film and television industry.

  8. Video game live streaming - Wikipedia

    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.

  9. World of Tanks - Wikipedia

    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.