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‘Pokémon Go’ will stop working on old Android and iOS devices in October – Engadget

Niantic has announced that Pokémon Go will stop supporting devices running Android 5, iOS 10 and iOS 11. For Apple owners, in particular, the game will no longer work on the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 6 even if you install iOS 12 on it.

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An upcoming Pokémon Go update for October could mean you won’t be able to access the game anymore if you’re using an older iPhone or Android device. Niantic has announced that the game will stop supporting devices running Android 5, iOS 10 and iOS 11. For Apple owners, in particular, the game will no longer work on the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 6 even if you install iOS 12 on it.
In an upcoming update to Pokémon GO in October, we will end support for Android 5, iOS 10, and iOS 11, as well as iPh…

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Facebook is banning Oculus owners with multiple VR headsets – Engadget

Facebook is banning Oculus users who have multiple active VR headsets tied to the same account.

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Oculus’ move to require Facebook accounts is creating serious problems for some of its biggest fans. Windows Centralreports that Facebook is banning Oculus users who simultaneously use more than one VR headset linked to the same social network account. This violates Facebook’s terms of service, support representatives claim. In other words, you’re risking a ban if you buy a couple of Oculus Quest 2s for the family and don’t want to set up different accounts to let people play at the same time.
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Don’t Delete Facebook Or You’ll Lose All Oculus Games For Good – GameSpot

Don’t permanently delete your Facebook account or you will lose all the games you purchased.

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If you have an Oculus VR headset and were thinking about deleting your Facebook account in order to go off the social media grid, you may want to reconsider. If you completely delete the Facebook account linked to your Oculus device, you will also lose access to all VR games you purchased. You won’t be able to get them back if you make a new account, either.
You’re required to link a Facebook account when using the Oculus Quest 2 headset, and if your Facebook account isn’t in good standing, you…

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Cloud9 Signs Top All-Women Valorant Team MAJKL, AT&T to Serve as Presenting Partner – TEO – The Esports Observer

The release of Valorant has already created significant forward progress for women in esports. Just last month, Spectacor Gaming’s FTW

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The release of Valorant has already created significant forward progress for women in esports. Just last month, Spectacor Gamings FTW initiative became the first tournament organizer to receive official professional-level tournament status from Riot Games for an all-women tournament. Now, esports organization Cloud9 is looking to take that progress one step further with the signing of that tournaments champion, MAJKL, as a sister team to its existing Valorant roster.
The team will now compete under…

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