Month: September 2022

How to watch, stream NFL football games live online free without cable: Fox, CBS, NBC, ESPN: Week 1

The Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Rams kicked things off on Thursday. Now it’s time for the rest of the league to get the 2022 season under way.

Last season, the Rams won it all, beating the Cincinnati Bengals in a narrow 23-20 win. This year, the oddsmakers are putting their money on the Buffalo Bills or the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as the favorites. The Bills have made it to the playoffs three years in a row, and the Tom Brady–led Bucs are hoping to grab their second Lombardi Trophy in three seasons.

Before we get there, however, there are 18 weeks of the regular season and the playoffs to watch first. Here’s a look at who’s playing whom and how best to catch the game.

Which NFL teams are playing this week? And what channels are airing the games?

The regular season kicks off with some big rivalries, including

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Red Dead Online players pleasantly surprised by update with actual content

It’s been two months since the Red Dead Online funeral held by players mourning Rockstar’s decision to halt major updates for the flagging mode, but the latest patch for Red Dead Redemption 2 actually delivered some meaningful changes for the game’s online portion.

The full patch notes (opens in new tab) are a mix of quality of life features, new activities, bug fixes, and performance improvements. Telegrams are the focus of the update, and as an added bonus, they can now be launched via the player menu or the Camp.

Three new Hardcore co-op Telegrams have arrived. Players can hunt down leaders, members, and supplies from the 7th Generation with up to four friends in Sow and Reap, Strong Medicine, and In Bad Faith. A new location has also been added to three existing Telegrams, while Showdown has added four locations to the Hostile Territory and Sport of Kings modes.

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Big gaming companies get DHS help to keep players from becoming terrorists

Big gaming companies get DHS help to keep players from becoming terrorists

Last December, the United Nations warned of an overlooked but critical “emerging terrorist threat”: extremists radicalizing members of online gaming communities.

Despite ample interest in saving gamers from such exploitation, experts say that a lack of research funding on the topic has put the gaming industry behind social networks when it comes to counterterrorism efforts. That’s starting to change, though. Within the past week, researchers told Ars that the US Department of Homeland Security has, for the first time, awarded funding—nearly $700,000—to a research group working directly with major gaming companies to develop effective counterterrorism methods and protect vulnerable gamers.

The new project will span two years. It’s spearheaded by Middlebury College’s Institute of International Studies, which hosts the Center on Terrorism, Extremism, and Counterterrorism (CTEC). Vice reported that other partners include a nonprofit called Take This, which focuses on gaming impacts on mental health, and a tech company

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GTA 6 leak brings 90+ like videos and screens leak online

Over 90 videos and screenshots allegedly taken from a test build of GTA 6 have leaked online.

Teapotuberhacker – who spent several pages on the GTAForums (opens in new tab) patiently going back and fore just trying to convince players the leaks were real before talking in any detail about them – eventually convinced the notoriously skeptical posters that what they were posting may be real.

The stunning discovery includes “GTA 5 and 6 source code and assets” and includes both videos and screenshots, albeit from a test build that has missing assets. Right now, they’re pretty easy to find across YouTube (opens in new tab) and all social media (opens in new tab) (although I don’t suppose they’ll be readily available online for long, let’s face it).

It looks as though GTA 6 will be set in Vice City – which backs up a prior rumor about the project

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How to watch, stream NFL Thursday Night Football week 3 games live online free without cable: NBC, Amazon

Amazon’s 11-year, $1 billion bet on Thursday Night Football got off to a strong start.

The company says last week’s game brought in more Prime sign-ups in three hours than any other day in its history, including Cyber ​​Monday, Black Friday or Prime Day. Beyond that, the game saw a record primetime audience for the service in the US The question is: Will those viewers be back?

some 13.2 million people watched the streaming service’s premiere broadcast, which was a nail biter between the Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs. This week, the Steelers and Browns will take center stage.

Amazon broadcasts of the games are a bit different than what you might have seen on other networks. Week two of the NFL brought in mixed ratings, though, so this week could be a test of whether Amazon’s formula is working.

Here’s a look at how to watch and

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