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As Twitch’s platform continues to evolve and grow, so, too does its premier event each year. Originally a two-day event, TwitchCon 2017 was the first year that offered three days for sale. 2018 introduced Artist Alley and Esports tournaments, showcasing its breadth in site content at the convention level. The TwitchCon Party has been a remarkable addition to the convention in the last few years, however, is the TwitchCon Party worth it?
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Despite gaming’s growing recognition in the mainstream, it’s still an undeniable fact that female gamers face a stigma that escapes their male counterparts. One of our previous articles ‘Life as a Female Gamer’ details how the gaming industry has traditionally catered to a male audience, with a large number of video games featuring a male lead. Even behind the scenes, only 3% of women working in the gaming industry make as much as men. 
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Techni Sport began its initiative in mid-2016. Having decided to use their platform for the benefit of others, the team set about producing gaming chairs that not only provided comfort during long gaming sessions but allowed for the opportunity to make a difference by assigning 3% of sales for each color to a different charity organization.
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In conclusion, I'd love to say GT Sport is the best racing simulator out on the market but sadly due to the lackluster campaign and the fact you cannot even practice offline lets it down. Along with the fact that there is a tremendous lack of cars and race tracks compared to its competitors, it's just not up to the standard of the others on the market. Xbox's front line driving game Forza Motorsport 7 has more than double the available cars and tracks and also features a native 4k res which will run at a consistent 60 fps and not an upscaled effort like GT sport on the ps4 pro.
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